Twas the night before Halloween and I had such a fright, I witnessed my mess and considered my plight. I just settled down with my sins on my chest, If I didn't confess them, there would be no rest. When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter, I jumped from my bed to … Continue reading Jesus is the reason for every season
Do you have words that you just love the way they sound as they roll off the end of your tongue? Vassal is one of those words for me. Defined it means someone who is a subordinate or servant. (MW) I began to ponder what it means to be the Lord's vassal. The Holy Spirit … Continue reading I’m the Lord’s vassal
Overall, I'm a cheerful person. Hey I'm just calling it like God sees it. At least that's God's story and I'm sticking to it! I know it and that's important. I know how God made me and what talents He's given to me to use to share the Good News about Jesus with others. Maturing … Continue reading I yam what I yam (Popeye the Sailor)
So I am in the last throes of 2017 tax filing season. October 15th is the last day to file and I do not have time right now to finish the various blogs posts I have started. But, I still have time to squeeze in reading. I just finished The Bema by Tim Stevenson. What a powerful … Continue reading The Bema
Or, Keep It Simple Sweetie I have been deeply moved by prayers and poems posted by Tim McGee, Reflections from the Pew. His posts are beautiful, elegant, and to the point. We need more of that in the world today. There is way too much meaningless fluff and bluster. We should be treating others with … Continue reading K.I.S.S.
To continue the theme in my recent posts of Being Salty and Being Fruity, I want to bring it to the logical conclusion here, in Being Shiny. Because guess what the next verse is after being the salt? Being the light! “Your lives light up the world. Let others see your light from a distance, … Continue reading Being Shiny
In 2 Kings 6, we find that the King of Syria mustered his entire army and besieged the capital city of Israel. As a result, there was a great famine, and after a long while even a donkey's head sold for fifty dollars and a pint of dove dung brought three dollars! No one could … Continue reading Amazing Lessons from Lepers