Just… Shut Up.

My mouth. Ohhh, my mouth. When I was a little girl, my grandma taught me how to use a needle and thread; how I wish I could take a needle and thread and use it to sew up my own pie-hole. Yes, my very own open trap that doesn’t seem to know when to keep... Continue Reading →

My take on the Love chapter

God's Word says, "If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love,... Continue Reading →

Love U Mom

Funniest thing... Friday morning, returning from a memorial service (not funny), trudging up the stairs with a heavy heart, I get to the top, open the door, and there are my kids, blocking my way. “You can’t come in!” What? “No no no, please, you can’t come in!! Go away!” Seriously? So I asked if... Continue Reading →

Where’s my Fairy Godmother?

I give up.  I do.  I am done.  Will somebody please come to my house (while nobody is home), light it on fire (just the inside), and then put it out after the entire interior of my house is gutted?  Oh, and let me get out my photos, Bible, and laptop first.  The jewelry was... Continue Reading →

Moving From Fear to Truth

Sweet sisters... be very aware of the enemy of your soul - he roams around like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour... ...and when he finds a willing victim, he devours her confidence, her dreams, her ambitions, her goals, and her belief in her God-given talents and abilities. In their place, he leaves... Continue Reading →

I Never Knew You

Jesus told a story once.  It was about a woman, who we will call Ann. Ann was a typical Christian woman. She did what she was supposed to do, married, raised a family, went to church, sang in the choir, worked in the nursery, and gave one tenth of her family's income in the offering... Continue Reading →

Know Me

I remember a story my dad told once about being in seminary.  In one of his classes, a professor asked a question, " How many of you would raise your hand and say that you 'know' God?"  Now, the correct answer, of course, was that, in the professor's opinion, nobody could really "know" God. So... Continue Reading →

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