What if I told you that at the end of 2018, we will know more of God’s splendor? That we’d fall on our faces in tears at seeing Him in His beauty? That it will break our heart over how we’ve neglected Him? Today’s post gives three reasons to schedule time in the Secret Place today!
Readers, I’d love to get your input on three recently redesigned book covers for my new devotional. Some clicking is required as each link opens a separate file. Or you can just look at the picture above. Just review all three and comment below as to your favorite. THANKS SO […]
I am editing the final draft of my new book, Lion in My Garden: A Devotional Art and Activity Journal. Here is a sneak preview of the front image and back cover copy: Do you long for a thriving spiritual life where you feel God’s Presence daily? Come meet the […]
I’m in a season with new doors. Not the opportune kind, I’m talking literal doors here. Gift of a Hand Carved Door Hubby and I bought a new house and to our delight, it came with a custom carved front door. Hand carved from Red Oak in 1981 by Jack […]
Thanks to our connected world, everyone knows the destruction that Hurricane Irma brought to my state of Florida. The images are heartbreaking but we are a resilient people who will recover. My family is blessed. We are safe. We did not evacuate, but shuttered in and hunkered down with all […]
Wonder Woman was given powerful weapons forged by Greek gods. Christ has empowered us with superhuman gifts, too. This post digs into the meaning of SOUND MIND from 2 Timothy 1:7. Depending on the Bible version you use, you’ll see it one of 2 ways. It matters because it affects the power of your prayer life.
“Beth Nimrah and Beth Haran were walled cities. They also built stone fences for their flocks” (Numbers 32:36 Names of God version). Leviticus 25:29 informs us that “If anyone sells a home in a walled city, for one year after selling it he has the right to buy it back. He may buy […]
How does circumcision in the OT book of Joshua apply to Passover? Holy week and Easter reflections you may not have considered are today’s blog focus.
You’ve hiked, right? America’s national parks have so many gorgeous vista’s, but they’re rarely visible from the road. When hubby and I vacation, we park the car, grab the backpack plus water and go hike. But thirty minutes or so into the woods, I remark how heavy the pack is. […]
I can so relate to Moses and his fear of addressing a crowd. We see ourselves in the mirror of the scriptures, don’t we? The Lord gives us a new assignment and we are ready with excuses.