Cats sleep anywhere they want. Dameron will open kitchen cabinets to sleep in them. When I was packing for a trip, I had to take care of the laundry, when I came back someone decided the open suitcase was the purrfect spot for a nap. I have a friend who before making a big decision … Continue reading Sleep On It
How many of us have troubled hearts? Whether it is due to what is going on in this world, family problems, or health issues, we let them trouble our hearts. Take a look at the waffle, stop drooling and look at it. It is not smooth, there are indentations in it and some of those … Continue reading A Troubled Heart
As we start this journey of Jesus preparing His disciples and us for a life without His physical presence there are two things that come up at the end of the chapter. One is our attitude and the warning of fear.
As we walk along the path on this Earth one thing is for certain and that is the uncertain. None of us know what tomorrow will hold. I was planning to do just the High Priestly Prayer that Jesus prayed for us until I started studying it. The first thing John 17 starts off with is, … Continue reading What Lies Ahead
The author Kevin DeYoung has a brilliant job of covering the Bible from Creation to Jesus. Weaving the need for Jesus to come and defeat Satan the whole way through. He also does a great job of narrating the story on the CD and DVD. The illustrations by Don Clark convey the Light and darkness in the … Continue reading The Biggest Story Review & Giveaway
I have never before felt that the Book of Jude has applied to the times we live in as I do now. Jude is very contriversal as we will find out later in the book. I feel strongly that the warning he gave back then applies now. That is why verse 3 and 4, is … Continue reading Contend For The Faith
I have always been in love with the Proverbs 31 Woman. Being her is a different story. Even burning the candle at both ends it seems to be an impossible achievement. So, let's break it down and see what we find. Most commentaries agree that King Lemuel is Solomon. That would means this is Bathsheba's … Continue reading A Mother’s Thoughts to Her Son
I love when baking and the smell of the warm spices feel the house. It just sinks all the way in and makes me feel satisfied without even eating anything. But the fragrance soon goes away. Oils, however, the fragrance last for a longer time. I'm sure that you have hugged someone and their … Continue reading Be The Sweet Aroma
I remember when I would sit at the piano and the metronome ticking off the time I was attempting to playing. The frustration of playing either too slow or too fast. The joy of getting it right. Same with our speech, Proverbs 25:11-25; A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of … Continue reading It Is All About Timing
In the midst of our daily life struggles, it is easy to take our eyes off Jesus. If Peter can do it while walking on water, what makes us think that being on dry land we are stronger. Either way, we lose our strength. If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is … Continue reading Have You Lost Strength?