I don't remember much from when I was 3, but from as long as I can remember, I've always wanted to be a mommy. Long before I understood or wanted to be married, I wanted to be a mom. Specifically I wanted a bunch of boys and one girl. As my single years extended, the … Continue reading When God Detours Your Life
For the past month and a half I have been planning on writing a tribute to one of my heroes. This woman has had a lasting and life-shaping impact on my life. But, if I'm honest, I've put off writing this post. One, because words cannot encapsulate her; I truly don't know where to start. … Continue reading Jo’s Home
“I will be still, and I will behold in my dwelling place. “ Isa. 18:4 Assyria was marching against Ethiopia, the people of which are described as tall and smooth. And as the armies advance, God makes no effort to arrest them; it seems as though they will be allowed to work their will. He … Continue reading Is God Silent To You?
(Gen. 5:20) "God meant it unto good"-O blest assurance, Falling like sunshine all across life's way, Touching with Heaven's gold earth's darkest storm clouds, Bringing fresh peace and comfort day by day 'Twas not by chance the hands of faithless bretheren Sold Joseph captive to a foreign land; Now was it chance which, after years … Continue reading God Meant It Unto Good
What-iffing not only zaps our energy, it also indicates a lack of trust in God's wise and loving control over our affairs. He who cares to number every hair on our heads-something not even the vainest of us bothers to do-cares much more about our trusting him with the upkeep of our homes, our health, … Continue reading What-iffing
Jeremiah is an example of what Paul was talking about in 1 Corinthians 7. The Lord wanted Jeremiah's undivided attention. He wanted his prophet to be concerned about nothing else except pleasing God, and especially so because he lived in a time of spiritual crisis. We need more of that kind of godly singleness in … Continue reading A Divine Calling
I got off the phone with my mom. Put my cell down and started to cry. Due to finances and work schedule, I had just made the decision to not go home for Christmas. This was going to be my first Christmas EVER without my parents. Needless to say, I wasn't happy with this prospect. … Continue reading Thoughts This Christmas