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]
Something happens to me every single year during Holy Week. I become quiet, pensive, and reflective. I read those last chapters of The Gospels. I ponder and pray John 17. And, without fail, I remember Malchus. You know the one hot-headed Peter sliced his ear off in the Garden. He was a soldier in the… [Read More]
I’ve been reading the Old Testament book of Daniel. I am reading it s.l.o.w.l.y. because it is like a treasure chest! You open it and all the good stuff keeps pouring out! And, as it is pouring out, I want to be sure that every gem pours IN, to my spirit. The book opens with… [Read More]
I have been reading Kara’s blog for some time now – what an amazing woman she is and what a difficult story she was given to live out. Yesterday, Kara lost her battle to cancer but won the Victor’s crown. I know, beyond a shadow of doubt, sweet Kara will truly rest in peace because… [Read More]