We must study and learn on our own. Continue reading What to do when you don’t know what to do
How we can involve the Lord to help overcome our struggles… Continue reading How do we give problems to the Lord?
Her big blue eyes looked up through thick bangs and I felt my own tears at her words, “There’s no power at my house.” This first grader was one of my favorites. She was so sweet and precious. I held myself together as she continued, “But Mom said we might get it back on this week.” Continue reading The Misunderstanding
Many analogies have been used to describe our lives on earth: voyages across often-stormy seas, climbing to the summit of a tall mountain, fighting daily battles. We steer clear of comparisons like “a bed of roses” because we know one thing for sure: Life is sometimes quite difficult. Continue reading Enduring The Blows Of Life
Joseph was looking at a key that could unlock his prison cell and set him free. Not a literal key, but a person who would be in a position to win Joseph’s freedom. But would this person remember Joseph? Continue reading Who Will Remember Me?
Sunday morning, 12:30 a.m. The wife and I slumber soundly. Our two mutts, Wally and Mina, began barking wildly. Incessantly. Seems our neighbors are in their kitchen in a loud conversation. (Houses are close together here.)
After the third attempt to quieten them, the wife locks them up in the bathroom for the night. They settle down.
After the wife slips back into bed, a light touch on my forehead tells me another mosquito has discovered my coveted blood. (Windows are open to the outside air, year-round, for natural air-conditioning.) I hop up, flip on the light switch, and hunt for the menace to health and restfulness. No luck. Back to bed. Continue reading “If It’s Not One Thing, It’s Another”