With so much panic and fear, so much uncertainty about the future, I thought this would be a good time to post the lyrics to one of my favorite hymns. It is the old hymns and some of the modern praise music that I find some of my comfort and peace. The other place I … Continue reading The Gift
The tenets on which this country was founded have been under attack for over one hundred years. Like Israel, God’s chosen people, we have allowed secular humanism to erode the fabric of the family. The foundation of faith upon which this country was founded (I did not say religion) has been challenged and disavowed because, … Continue reading The Downfall of the United States: Part 1
I wanted to post this yesterday (Mother's Day) but didn't have enough wifi signal to post anything. So here is my Mother's Day message, inspired by Sunday's sermon. Mother’s Day This coffee splattered photo is a picture of my mother and me when I was a little girl, about three or four years old. My … Continue reading Mother’s Day
This is such a tragic subject. Everyone seems to have an opinion on how to solve the problem, and yet there is such heated disagreement on the way it should be handled or solved. I grew up in the 60's, graduated high school in 1970. Never have I had to face anything like what's happening … Continue reading #School Shootings
At the borders they check everything in the car.
I'll be honest. I have not looked up the definitions to these terms. These are my opinions. I hope they will bring clarification to those who think everyone who goes to church is religious. Religious: Someone who has a belief in God, may or may not go to church, and who claims affiliation with one … Continue reading Religious or Christian?
I have seen this movie twice. When it is available on DVD I will purchase a copy. It is the best movie on the power of prayer I have ever seen. The movie brings out several points: 1) You can go to church and still not really know how to do battle in prayer. 2) … Continue reading Movie Review: War Room
In the beginning. . . God created a garden that had every fruit tree, every berry bush, every food-producing plant. He decorated the garden with flowers. He was preparing a wonderland for the crown of His creation: man. He provided a mist from the ground to water everything. There were streams of fresh water for … Continue reading Everything Wrong in Life is Not God’s Fault
I'm thankful for my kids: my son and my daughter (and my six grandkids, birthed by my daughter). They were so cute and precocious when they were little. When our son was a toddler we lived in a mobile home in Chincoteague, Virginia. The mobile home was carpeted except for the kitchen. It was linoleum. … Continue reading I’m Thankful For–Post 6
I have heard so many women say that God hates women, and that's why women need to take leadership roles in churches, in their communities, government, etc. These women feel downtrodden, inferior, undervalued, and degraded. I don't know what Bible they are reading, but my KJV Bible shows God's love of women. It tells men … Continue reading God Doesn’t Hate Women