There is no doubt in my mind that I will one day walk on a street of gold. One day, a hand that was once nail-driven to a wooden cross will reach out to me, and lead me Home. I will see my Savior face to face, and I will enjoy eternity in Heaven with... Continue Reading →
Sitting on my couch, I watched the setting sun cast it's long shadows across my living room wall. The silence in the house was so loud, it deafened me. Yes, you read that right. I said the silence was deafening. I come from a large, loud family. Even when we didn't have friends over, our... Continue Reading →
A year ago today, I didn't understand that in order to shine brightly for God, you have to be surrounded by darkness.
When singing the Christmas hymn, "Silent Night", I have always pictured peace. A night where the stars twinkled brightly, and the cool air was calm. Yet, reality more than likely tells a different story! The barn was probably smelly and the animals dirty. Did Joseph have to clean out a stall before he made a... Continue Reading →
Before the chemo was able to get it's gripping arms around my husbands body, we celebrated by going out for lunch. As we ate, we talked of all God had done for us in the last chapter of our lives. What did we learn? How would our lives be different? What advice would we give others?
I have wondered if this was the moment He began to carry the weight of sin for the entire world! How did Jesus respond to anxiety? He prayed, and He continued on with His task.
Have you ever noticed someone going through a difficult time in their life, yet they still managed to have a smile on their face?