Part 1 can be found right here. [Change your hearts] As I was going over every possible place that mold could be hidden from sight, I thought of Laura Story's song "Blessings." Though I initially reacted with panic at the sight of mold, it turned out to be a huge blessing. August, September and October were … Continue reading Remedy for the Heart: Part 2
Andrew washes his hands as I wait to brush my teeth. I lean over and give him a kiss on the cheek. He looks at me as if to say, what was that for? "Sometimes you just have to lean over and give your man a kiss," I say. Our kitty, Jessie, screams for her … Continue reading Tender Moments
"They asked each other, "Were not our hearts burning within us while He talked with us on the road and opened the Scriptures to us?" --Luke 24:32 Music that Speaks https://youtu.be/Ewhz3pCk9vM
If you know anything about The Lord of the Rings then you know who Frodo Baggins is, and if not, here's a quick synopsis: The plot of these movies is based on J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. The ring itself, having great power, is referred to as the one ring to rule … Continue reading As One: Our Debate About Frodo Baggins
[Above all love each other deeply] I goofed. I put my foot in my mouth. No, this is an understatement, I put both hands and feet in my mouth. Basically all of my limbs were in my mouth. You could say that I was a human basketball, and I didn't make a slam dunk. … Continue reading What’s up with Wind Shear?
[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
[Clothe yourselves with… <3] How we clothe ourselves is important. Scripture says that if we speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, we are only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal... (1 Corinthians 13:1-13) Sometimes believers will, instead, wear the full armor of God as if they're … Continue reading Remind Me Who I Am