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
By merely speaking, God's breath brought all things into being. Open your mouth right now and let out a breath. God did that and all things were created! From the cosmos to the microscopic. “He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted.” (Job 5:9 [NIV]) “ Stop and consider God's wonders.” … Continue reading God’s breath
Sometimes I find God means for me to linger on a certain message until I work through it all. I call it soul simmering. I need to ponder and simmer on it until He deems otherwise. That happened recently when I read a post by Jennifer Arimborgo entitled You're Gonna Want to Write that Down. … Continue reading Soul Simmering Goodness
No, really. You've got to believe me. This will be well worth the 8 minutes and 49 seconds it takes to watch this. A beautiful sister sent me this link. (You know who you are!) So get rid of any distractions, find a quiet spot, watch and be amazed. I still get goosebumps and tear up … Continue reading Trust me…
The television channel proclaims, “for the first time in history, you can watch all 456 episodes of the original Law and Order.” They call it a binge-a-thon. So my husband and I are watching some. There is a common plot theme. A crime is committed, the police find and arrest the bad guy (or gal), … Continue reading Busted!
God wired my brain to make random connections come together like oddly shaped puzzle pieces. Then when the puzzle is finished, I can stand back and see what He gave me to share with you. It is my own brand of sunshine and I am happy to shine with you! Ponder: To throw together, confer, … Continue reading Ponder my brand of sunshine
I'd much rather be fishing right now, than shoveling snow. Standing on a green, grassy bank, a warm, soft breeze on my face, the babbling brook going by, the songs of birds in the trees. Instead, my trusty shovel and I are moving snow from one pile to another. Here's a haiku I wrote for … Continue reading Reel it in!