Fire is both beautiful and deadly; life giving and life ending; it can draw you in or repel you away. Fire is hot, intense, and produces fear. If we are not taught to respect fire, it can rob us, scare us, and leave us depleted. Fire is no respecter of gender, race, social status, or … More Fire Seeds
Miracle… such an incredible array of emotions are released in me when I hear that word. Joy when a miracle presents itself; elation when the miracle is an answer to prayer; confusion when miracles do not come after prayer; compassion for those who do not receive a miracle after much prayer; sadness for delayed miracles; … More The Greatest Miracle
On July 27, 2018 I cried out to the Lord in desperation. I had come to an impasse; a place in which the faith I placed in the certain impossibility of the challenge in front of me loomed larger than my faith in God. In my feeble attempt at a “quiet time”, I whined before … More Do you Trust Me?
I love it when God directs me to a new translation of the Bible. I know many who do not agree with all of the modern translations of the Bible, but I decided long ago that if God wants to get His point across, He can use any means necessary… whether it be a … More Masquerade
I’m one of those weird people that enjoys being outside, working up a sweat, driving with the windows down in the summer, and opening the windows instead of running the AC in the house. And I have been that way as long as I can remember. I’ve never been one of those women who was … More The Thorny Maze
In my earlier post, Transition, I mentioned that most of what I have read, seen or heard lately has revolved around this fascinating word. (If you missed the post you can read part one here.) Transition is a necessary requirement for all life to function properly. As we live out the days of our lives, … More Transition, part 2
It seems that everywhere I turn lately I see images and read statements that have something to do with birth, new life, new seasons, shift, change, etc… In all the images and phrases, there is one common thread among them. One word that continues to pop up, attached in some way to most of what … More Transition