[Love One another] When I met Chuck, "Theo the Bard" was his screen name. He was the first person, and the only person, to ever refer to me as Miss Tina. (I think it's a southern thing.) This is a memory that makes me smile to this day. Chuck is wonderful. If it weren't for … Continue reading Theo the Bard: Continuing Debt
[Love Mercy] I'm not a Catholic (I'm a Protestant), but I dated one just before I met Andrew. I like to think that God used him as a stepping stone, because it was while I was dating Richard that I began to consider what I believed. More on this can be found in Faith’s First Baby … Continue reading Love’s Second Name: Mercy
[Honor your father and mother] Parents are an integral part of a child's life. Without a dad, who would show you what it is to love your family? From working hard to put food on the table, to teaching you how to ride a bike, fathers set an example that a child never forgets. Moms are no … Continue reading What it Means to be a Parent
[Why are you so afraid?] Nothing tests our faith more than when we're forced to wait, especially in the middle of a storm. When prayers seem to go unanswered, fear and doubt can creep in. We may even wonder if God cares what happens to us. Jesus disciples wondered too. When Jesus slept, as the wind … Continue reading Testing, Testing, is this thing On?
[The Lord is close to the broken hearted] Biblehub.com describes the Greek word for weakness this way: asthéneia ("weakness, sickness") refers to an ailment that deprives someone of enjoying or accomplishing what they would like to do. “It focuses on the handicaps that go with the weakness. It expresses the weakening influences of the illness … Continue reading Delighting in Weakness