Everywhere we look there seems to be poverty, corruption, natural disaster. What hope could there possibly be for any kind of future?
She's so young, Lord. Did her father even ask her about our match? God, how can I believe she wanted our marriage if she's pregnant and it's not my child? I didn't sign up for this.
I don't understand, God, how have I displeased you? I've tried to a righteous man. I don't know how to handle this.
Have you noticed the game of tag Satan tries to play with Jesus, Dear Reader? Why does the evil one keep believing he will ever outwit the Creator of the Universe?
I'd been waiting for nearly four months for the appointment. I thought of it as a necessary nuisance, but I still didn't want to miss it.
And then God chose to laugh at the meteorologists. What month was it anyway?
Dear Reader, do you find that some lessons must be retaught over and over? Perhaps that's a strategy of God's to help keep us humble.
It doesn't take long for a twinge of something being out of kilter to become a tug, then a slap up side the head to let me know something's really wrong. (Where's Cher when you need her?)
Maybe I'm trying to do too much in just a short time. Okay, after looking at several "life event stress checklists", maybe it's not too much or too big in the grand scheme of things.
Not to worry, Tom and the kids are fine, no natural disasters, no one's been arrested or incarcerated, and the cat didn't die. Still, it's been enough stuff to make me think some days I've got PMS, post-partum, and post-menopausal whatever going on at the same time.
Do you have favorite ways of paying it forward, Dear Reader? I've been hearing about this one for a long time, and finally took the plunge.
Have you ever wondered why transitions in life, even the good ones, can make us feel isolated, depressed, (fill in the blank)?
During one of my major life transitions, Daddy gave me a piece of advice, "One thing's sure, and two things certain: life is full of change, and you better get used to it."
Dear Reader, I hope memes for my word, NEVERTHELESS, are meaningful to you this year. I'd love to share a little more about my personal one word for 2019, Nevertheless. For more information about One Word 365, click on the icon below.
We met to chat about the new book study for our small group, The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity. That was our goal anyway.
The group leader I have come to respect and seek for godly counsel admitted that she hadn't read the entire book. And then Jesus sat down with us.
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