A while back, Andrew woke up to our little grey cat, Jessie, screaming. (This is a very normal and typical scenario.) When she wants to be fed, she cries. When she wants your attention, she cries. When she has to throw up a hairball, she really cries. And when she's having tummy troubles, oh boy, do … Continue reading Our Noisy Cat
If you're looking for a random, nonsensical post, you’ve come to the right place. I study too much. I know I do. My problem is that I love it so much, but there is such a thing as too much study. I’m not going to quote Bible Scripture on this one, but trust me, it's … Continue reading Just Bee-cause
[I praise the Lord because He guides me] I’d gotten off track with my reading, so it wasn't too surprising that this was the verse I read when I sat down to read my Bible. (That's my Lord, His timing is perfect.) I know why I went off track; when Winter turned into Spring, I … Continue reading First Things First
*She sheepishly accepts this award* I have to admit, certain things make me feel awkward! Compliments and awards are two of those things. However, I'm also very thankful to those who encourage and inspire me, and let me know that I've done the same for them. Ultimately, God is our true inspiration, but I absolutely … Continue reading The Barnabas Award
https://youtu.be/fpUuPZCR6nc "Trust and obey, for there's no other way..."
[Peace! Be Still!] Why does this happen? One day I'm hopeful and peaceful. Then I wake up the next day melancholy, and it's not long before my mind is so full of questions. Soon Yesterday's calm is washed away, and the wind and waves begin to rise up within me. There are things that are … Continue reading Sometimes He Stills that Surging Sea Within
[He will wipe away all tears from their eyes] We've been through a fare bit in the last few years. We're not the only ones. We're watching those around us go through it too. To be honest, it's been more difficult to watch others suffering. I always have hope. I just hope that those who … Continue reading Today’s Suffering and Tomorrow’s Hope