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
Psst... buddy, over here. Hey, I'm Pauley from Jersey and I'm here to tell you, I'm making you an offer you can't refuse. Whaddya gonna do? Eh? My offer? Join me in living a life of single-minded passion to spread the Good News of Jesus! “God has given us the task of reconciling people to … Continue reading Wise Guys
This hot fudge sundae hasn't killed me, so it must be making me stronger. (Tweet from onlyfasteddie) Now that's the kind of suffering I can get behind! There are only two ways this can go my friends. God can save you from suffering, or God can help you through suffering. Either way, there is one … Continue reading Thank God, Seasons change
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!