Breadwinner. House payment. Utilities. Car Upkeep. Yard Upkeep. House Upkeep. Making Meals. Cleaning the House. Making Decisions. Serving in Church. Participating in Church. Going to Events. Going to Parties. Putting Gas in the Car. Grocery Shopping. Sick Days. Doctor Visits. Vacations. Family Gatherings. Shopping for well, anything and everything. Sounds like the typical life of … Continue reading Alone
...the primary message driving James; letter is that Christians' faith in the gospel should work itself out in a life of obedience. As he says in 1:22, believers in Jesus should not just hear the word and believe it, but they should also do what it says. The gospel of Jesus - which James understands … Continue reading Just Do It. Just Do One Thing.
The LORD is my chosen portion and my cup, you hold my lot. The lines have fallen for me in pleasant places: indeed, I have a beautiful inheritance. Ps. 16:5-6 When I graduated high school I had to choose a "life verse" for the graduation ceremony. I chose Ps. 16:5-6. Years have passed and this … Continue reading Pleasant Boundary Lines (Looking Ahead At 2013)
Deep pain and intense trial have a way of giving one perspective. You realize what really matters. You realize where your priorities weren’t in line with Scripture. You realize that God truly is the only One in control (Especially when it seems like everything is spiraling out of control.). You get a front row seat … Continue reading Cry With Those Who Hurt
As I type the title that horrible song (my apologies to anyone in cyberspace that actually likes said song) comes to mind. I still don't understand why they played it on children's radio. Anyways, I digress. Today, this reminder has been so helpful! And this... If you are God-centered, you will adjust your circumstances to … Continue reading Don’t Worry…
I sit here enjoying a quiet evening at home. Doing something I haven't had a lot of time for recently...reading. Boy how I've missed my friends, also known as my books. :) I took a brief moment away from reading (reading a chapter from The Power of Words and the Wonder of God.), to check … Continue reading I’m Back