I never felt I was good enough. As a bullied, unkempt child, and having been raised by a drunken mother, none of the children on the playground wanted to be friends with me. They labeled me the smelly unwanted child. Even when I became a child of the state, other children still didn’t want to play with me and they labeled me the “foster child.” But these thoughts faded when I gave my life to Jesus and I discovered the … Continue reading →
Did the world take notice that not even a pandemic stopped Easter Sunday from coming?
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And whatever you ask in prayer, you will receive if you have faith. Matthew 21:22 ESV It was night, and I was in the middle of a forest when I saw him. It was difficult to make out his features; I only saw darkness—evil. He had something in his arms. What was it? It was small but moving on its own. It was a baby! I knew it could not be his, and I feared he would harm it. As I … Continue reading →
“I miss our old church,” my husband said, “especially the music.” “You do?” I said. “Yes.” “But you never participated….” “Yes I did.” “How so?” “I’d pray and say, ‘Lord I’m here. If You want to come and sit with me, I would like that.” “Did He sit with you?” My husband looked upward, “Sometimes… And I miss that.” I had misjudged my husband—badly! During services he never took notes; I took copious notes—and organized them. After services, when the … Continue reading →
I look forward to putting on my pajamas, reading a good book, and laying my head on my pillow at the end of a busy day. I also enjoy taking a nap during the day if time and circumstance permit. Brian Halligan, the CEO of an 8-billion-dollar company, takes a nap every day during working hours. In fact, he converted a room in his company’s office into a “nap area” for his workers. In Proverbs, we read, When you lie … Continue reading →