Have you heard me laughing out loud lately? Well I have, big deep belly laughs. I fully believe God laughs right along with us when we are awake enough to spot His humor in our lives. It all started with some “random coincidences,”— occurrences strung together for no apparent reason. Recently my favorite coffee mug … Continue reading Coincidence?
Today we're going to start with a little time travel, all the way back to last millennium. I recall the moment exactly. (Full disclosure, I'm a bit of a nerd.) I was in 7th grade. I was sitting at the desk in my bedroom doing homework, math homework, to be specific. I had an epiphany, … Continue reading Defined
Did you know that the word circumcision is mentioned 87 times in the Bible? Why do men get all the publicity? Well, being a woman is no picnic either fellas. I was reminded of this the other day when a friend told me she barely got any sleep due to the effects of menopause. It … Continue reading Change of life
That's right, you guessed it! This is another post where I challenge you to use this word in a sentence today. (Gosh, you guys are getting really good at guessing!) Thither-ward is defined as toward that place. As used in a sentence: I am driving thither-ward to Mc Donalds for lunch. Lately God has been … Continue reading Thither-ward
There is a lot of babbling going on nowadays. Sometimes it is just overwhelming. It got its start a long time ago, in a land far, far away. In Genesis 11 (TLB) it states that at that time all mankind spoke a single language. The people began to build tower to reach to the skies. … Continue reading You say Babel, I say Babble
The Bible In 50 Words by Georgy Sept 4, 2008 God made Adam bit Noah arked Abraham split Jacob fooled Joseph ruled Bush talked Pharaoh plagued Sea divided Tablets guided Promise landed Judges led Saul freaked David peeked Kingdom divided Prophets warned People exiled Hope rose Jesus born God walked Anger crucified Love rose Spirit … Continue reading Sometimes less is more
As a food producer in Colorado, I have to carry a letter with me at all times. It is a critical business designation which states that “the bearer of this letter is an essential worker in the food and agricultural sector and in exempt from any restrictions placed on work or travel during the COVID-19 … Continue reading Essential Worker Status
You heard me right, toowayhon! In Aramaic this word means blessed. I recently signed up for a study by Dr. Charles Stanley entitled Blessed to Be. The study is going to go in depth in the Sermon on the Mount throughout all of 2020. So this morning I read various versions of Matthew 5:1-12, just … Continue reading May 2020 be Toowayhon for you!
The Normandy landings were the operations on Tuesday, June 6, 1944 of the Allied forces invasion of France in Operation Overlord during World War II. Referred to as D-day, it was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The operation began as the liberation of German-occupied France, and later Europe from Nazi control, and laid the … Continue reading D-Day
I'm going to share the stories of two pregnant pauses in the Bible. And yes my friends, math is involved! A pregnant pause is the silence that occurs that leaves everyone who bore witness to the event speechless. It is also defined a a pause that gives the impression that it will be followed by … Continue reading Pregnant Pause