Hello friends, In a previous post, I shared three verses that helped me cope through heartaches I was dealing with. Better than any other coping skill, Scripture gives strength and life. Here are two more. Deep calls to deep at the roar of your waterfalls; all your breakers and your waves have gone over me. (Psalm 42:7 ESV)
Have you ever had a day like this? Overslept. Didn’t accomplish what I wanted. Things in the house broke. My phone kept sticking and not letting me type. ARGH! Drivers on the rainy roads drove crazy (that may have been because of my grumpy mood). I basically flailed on the edge of losing it all day long.
Okay, we’ve seen that God loved us from before the beginning (how cool is that!). We’ve also discovered that right after we (represented by Adam) fell to sin, our gracious Friend promised to send a deliverer. He was already thinking about Christmas! But there’s still so long to wait. Who will the Messiah be? What
God’s wisdom scrapes against the world’s, doesn’t it? He says things like, “Love your enemy,” and “Think of others first.” Weird! (At least to the culture at large.) But when I’m looking for help to create a godly home, I LOVE the radical words of the Lord found in Scripture. So, with my eyes set
My Facebook post from yesterday (my birthday): “Wow do I feel loved! Thank you for all the birthday wishes.” If you’re on Facebook, you know what I mean. I got over a hundred birthday wishes–a hundred! Those little notes may seem unimportant, but not to me. I felt showered in love, love, love. Another