Last week a tragic, senseless, murderous crime was committed in a Charleston, SC church. Believers were gathered for Bible study and prayer when nine were gunned down and killed. How do we even begin to process such a crime? As Christians our first response, after perhaps a few, “Why Lord, why?” should be to bow… [Read More]
Last night right before I was going to drop off into my REM sleep mode, I decided to plug in to the Kindle one more time and there in the email box there was a tweet from my new cyberweb friend, Tammy – what a delight this gal is and I enjoy… [Read More]
Jonah and I have been hanging out together this week. I doubt it’s a coincidence that God had me turn the pages over to the Old Testament book of Jonah Monday morning. Remember a few days ago I mentioned a P.P.P. (pathetic pity party) – so, it is only fair to assume that my heavenly… [Read More]
Confession is good for the soul, yes? Well then I must… I peeked early this morning. I went on my hubs’ computer and pulled up Kate’s website – I only looked at the header and saw today’s word! I didn’t scroll down the page, just a word-peek, promise. Then, I had coffee with hubster, started laundry, did… [Read More]
Nehemiah’s Prayer xo
I was so sure this week’s word prompt for Five Minute Friday at Kate’s was going to have something to do with mother’s day, mom’s, or motherhood, I wasn’t sure how I was going to handle it. This is the third Mother’s Day holiday on which I am motherless. My mom passed away in October… [Read More]
Have a blessed SONday!
What I love about Doctor Luke is that he always finds off-the-beaten-path stories to write about. Mark mentions this story but only slightly in Mark 16.12-13, whereas Luke gives a lot more detail here. (Sidenote: Did you realize that Luke was the only Gentile inspired to write a Gospel account of Jesus? And, without dispute,… [Read More]