Showing posts from November, 2016

A Morning Walk

On my morning walk.
Gazing upon the beauty of the Lord.
Amazing how quickly the sky changes.
You captivate my heart, O Lord.
Thankful for a quiet and still morning.

I am Second® with Brian Welch

We are all broken people in need of rescue.  I'm so glad Brian talks about receiving Christ and then going home to snort crystal meth.  This speaks to my heart because Jesus didn't come to save perfect people.  He didn't put any fine print in the contract that says we have to get it together before coming and surrendering to Him.  He came to save me and you.  He walks through our mud with us.  I don't have it all together.  I need God's strength just to get it together!  ♥  God will meet you right where you are.  He loves you and wants to rescue you.

We Have a Five Year Old!

Look who turned five!
Happy birthday Milo!


I recently had to give a short presentation on faithfulness, one of the fruit of the Spirit.  I also thought to share it here in the hope you will ponder and be encouraged today. The fruit of the Spirit.Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.Try as I might, I can’t produce any of these on my own.Thankfully, I don’t have to.That’s God’s job.As I walk with him, He grows and develops the fruit of the Spirit in me.One of which is faithfulness. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines faithfulness as: having or showing true and constant support or loyalty: deserving trust: firm in adherence to promises.I’ve made promises that I didn’t keep and I’ve let people down, but God hasn’t.Psalm 145:13 says, “The Lord is trustworthy in all he promises and faithful in all he does.” One of my favorite stories that illustrates faith is the story of Charles Blondin, a famous French tightrope walker. In 1859 he became the first person to walk a tightrope stret…