Monthly Archives: July 2016
You sit in the quiet of the morning trying to let go of all the worry and concern of life. You fight the noise in your mind as it ebbs and flows like the tide and then you hear it; God’s quiet whisper. Your heart moves and a light passes through your mind and it is as if a choir of angels have sung. Continue reading
The story of Jacob, Leah and Rachel is the story of divided affection. It shows how one bad decision can cause a lifetime of misery for more than one person.
There are always consequences attached to choices and they are not always good ones. Continue reading
Do you ever have days when you wake up and feel that something is slightly different but you can’t put you finger on it? You are not firing on all the cylinders and a bit off kilter. You go through the motions of the routine in your day, you greet the same people, you look through the same emails, texts, messages and “to do” lists but there is no motivation to act. Continue reading
The notion of the truth setting you free is in direct opposition with self-preservation. When telling the truth depends on setting yourself up for an unknown outcome, your natural inclination is to lie or distort the truth. Continue reading
Why is it that we take our time to read the Bible, pray, wait, listen and hear the word of the Lord, then ignore it? This is big deal to me!! I am seriously trying to be more active in my listening. I find that I am really good at praying and getting things off my chest, but very bad at waiting to hear what God has to say. Continue reading