I Believe…

Grace upon grace is what our Father God so generously pours over each one of us. Grace, the undeserved favor of God. We fall short miserably on a daily basis and yet the grace of God is unending, unwavering, unconditional. You know something? It might be hard to believe, but it was only within the …

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Cringe ~ A Line in the Sand

What makes you cringe?  Back in the day it was probably nails on a chalkboard.  Today, is it a screaming child at the movies, a "to do" list as long as your arm, the over three thousand unread emails in your inbox? Lately for me, what makes me cringe are the home improvements I have …

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Puncture

A fiery dart, a flaming arrow, the spear of a Roman soldier. All three have the purpose to puncture as the tip plunges into the mark in which it was intended. Its sole purpose, to neutralize and eliminate the threat.  What is the threat? Anyone or anything making advances for the Kingdom of God.  My …

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Burned to a Crisp

From Exodus to Revelations the Bible references being burned to a crisp. Maybe it's because I'm from Texas, but my first image immediately goes to the uncontrollable burn of wild fires. They're so destructive and hold no tender spot or mercy for any one or any thing in its path. Often times wildfires happen naturally, …

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The Greatest Weapon

As each day passes my mind reflects on the day Mark and I became one before God, our family and our friends. I know, I know it was just last Friday. Lol The images of my handsome husband in his natty indigo suit, pink paisley tie, and pink rose boutonnière, family, friends and a beautiful …

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Danger – Thin Ice

I met him today. Frail, weak and tired he sits motionless with his eyes closed in an easy chair. I can tell he's a tall man too. My friend quickly introduces him to me connecting the dots as to why I am here. It takes a lot of strength to work your way out. "Out of where?" you may ask...