It was 1019 miles by car to Granddaddy's. Two really long days each way with few stretches of interstate highways, no air-conditioning, much less Sirius. Can we say "purgatory" for the three kids in the back seat?
There he was in the pouring rain, no umbrella, no helping hands in sight. Another break-in at work. He meticulously picked up the broken glass from the shattered car window.
I absolutely loved my father-in-law! Like Tom, I thought Dad could do or fix ANYTHING, from cars to roofs to growing beautiful roses.
When my knee was replaced two years ago I became more aware than ever of the importance of having a bedroom that's a haven.
...bathroom! What? No, Dear Reader, we're not fixing to get weird.
But, have you noticed a lot of Scriptures referring to cleansing? From Genesis to Revelation we're told about the importance of being clean, inside and out.
A few weeks ago Tom and I were hooking up with Mary and Mark to deliver the granddaughters. It was a treat to take them to friends of M & M's home.
Mary's friend, Kate, exudes welcome and hospitality wherever, whenever you see her. Despite the rain and sleet, the minute the door opened at Kate's house the spirit of Christian fellowship spilled out of the living space and flooded the porch.
And the apostles preached powerful sermons about the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and there was warm fellowship among all the believers...
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