Along with you, I believe Yahweh is a God who heals. I believe that the healing power of God did not end when Jesus ascended to heaven, but still operates. As His Body, we pray God’s Word and speak it over our families as His delegated, designated representatives on earth. […]
Mary’s Diary Entry: 1 AD in the month of Tishrei–
Our son was born today- finally! At times, it seemed this day would never arrive.
I replay the events of today in my mind, over and over, recalling the pain of my labor, the anxiety of wondering if we’d ever find a place to have this baby, then smiling at how it all turned out. My emotions were all over the place! Worried, tired and cranky on that donkey for so long, yet excited knowing I’d soon give birth. My body told me it would be soon.
But then I held him.
Last night (8/17/16) I dreamt that an African-American woman and I were sharing a meal. We were both eating open face meat sandwiches (hers was pork, mine beef). A favorite comfort food of mine in real life is an open-faced turkey sandwich with mashed potatoes, smothered in gravy … but […]
I dreamt of deer last night. Deer are elusive creatures, so dreaming of deer means good things are coming. In it’s simplest form, deer symbolize the joys of loving Christ intimately (Song of Songs 2:7). Their elusive nature makes them mysterious. Whereas cardinals, robins, doves and other birds are commonly […]
Whatever you focus on you attract. We attract negative things to our lives through our negative thoughts. This is the law of attraction. It is like a magnet. The flip side is this: Whatever you focus on, you empower. Whatever you speak, you reap. I can attract favor and blessing […]
A mom of two toddlers and I recently discussed the subject of expectations. Heather Franklin granted me permission to share her insightful thoughts with you. Our goal is to set someone free from the pressure of a perfectionistic spirit. Heather shared: “After a conversation with the husband I realized that […]
Originally posted on Redbird's Roost:
“Those who plant in tears will harvest with shouts of joy. They weep as they go to plant their seed, but they sing as they return with the harvest.” – Psalm 126:5-6 (NLT)