TGIF!

For much of Christendom, this coming Friday is widely known as Good Friday. Many times though, we need to pause and ask: so what exactly is good about the day itself?   I mean, goodness, the entire day is the basis on which Mel Gibson’s Passion movie was made. And for whoever could watch that…Read more TGIF!

Perfect aim

Is it just me, or is our world driving us to be more and more “perfect”? I mean, we’re talking about from having perfect scores on school exams to having the perfect nose, to the perfect job, perfect life, perfect vacations, perfect homes, perfect birthday parties (go away, Pinterest. Ok, not really), perfect thrills, perfect…Read more Perfect aim

That 139 song

My hubby will laugh that I’m actually writing a post about this, but what else could I do? I’ve listened to that song incessantly since I first heard it a few weeks ago. It grabbed my heart. Captured my imagination. Stirred my soul. When that happens, and you live and breathe a song, it oozes…Read more That 139 song

Oh, for the love of…!

Friends, a struggle for me to grasp is the idea that God the Father, Abba, loves me. I have been able to wrestle with and come to an understanding that Jesus loves me, but I have always seen the Father differently from Jesus. You too? Anyway, thing is, I’d thought that way all my life…Read more Oh, for the love of…!

Virtuous humility

If there’s anything I’m proud of, it’s my humility. Har-har-har. Yes, I’ll be here all week. Oh. You’ve heard that one before? No matter. I’ll have to think of something else that will make you laugh off that chair you’re presently sitting on. Meanwhile, I’ve been thinking of this thing called humility. It’s one of…Read more Virtuous humility

Poetic injustice

How do I write? How do I write about a God so huge So powerful, so beautiful In a way that grabs your attention Expands your imagination Helps you see… Him? How can I write Like others who write hymns, psalms, songs About and for the Almighty From their hearts to the heavens With such…Read more Poetic injustice

Have you called it into being?

When I look at my life Taking into account the circumstances and relationships that aren’t up to par The things I wish were different, better, more admirable, I feel sad.   Then I consider His Words. The promises He’s made to me and mine About how He actually sees things, and how He plans to…Read more Have you called it into being?