I’ve recently watched several friends grieving. It is no trite thing, and when you have grieved yourself, you ache when others experience it. You are taken back to your pain and you know the rush of emotions they are feeling – because you have walked on the same ground. Read More
Last week my son ran to me with excitement. “Mom! Look, there’s a new one! It’s awesome!” He was talking about a new room fragrance spray he found in the cabinet. Random, I know; but he loves to spray them all over the house…in excess. Read More
I stopped, I sighed deeply, and I had tears in my eyes at the poignant metaphor on the magazine rack. I couldn’t shake the incredibly sad truth of the picture before me. JESUS, eclipsed by the world’s search for happiness. Oh how my heart breaks. Read More
I’ve already mentioned that I’m studying/teaching Isaiah right now, so my mind is always making everyday-moment-connections with these glorious old testament passages. I was on a daily drive across the Ravenel Bridge and snapped this picture. Read More
Dealing with a little sinus infection this week, so I ran out for the essentials – DayQuil, NyQuil and cough drops. I knew I needed both kinds of medicine…day and night…because they are specifically formulated for daytime help and nighttime help.
And now I will tell you what I will do to my vineyard.
I will remove its hedge,
and it shall be devoured;
I will break down its wall,
and it shall be trampled down.
I will make it a waste…
The night before I taught on this passage, God decided to give me a “live” illustration of this principle. Read More