My Concrete Dove2 Timothy 1:7-8 For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline. This blog is about my Christian walk. Join me for the adventure.
Sacrifice. Without complaining or boasting my parents quietly sacrificed their time, leisure, money, physical safety, and an easier life for the good of others. They just lived life together and, without planning it, provided us with an excellent model to live by.
I feel like I’m on the backside of the desert with no burning bush.
The good news is that we don’t have to stay in the darkness. Jesus is the light of the world, follow Him and never walk in darkness (John 8:12). Sometimes we might just lose track of the light for a little while.
Psalm 118:24 This is the day which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it.
This God and Father who planned eternity with us in mind, He’s already made an investment on our behalf.
So, last weekend was all about navigating through the unknown. We didn’t have plans to go to Urgent Care. We didn’t have plans to go to the pharmacy. We didn’t have plans to spend so much time in the bathroom suffering through the side effects of this antibiotic. We...
Nonsense! I can’t plan a two-week vacation, commit to leading let alone preparing for that bible study, and I’ve already written about giving up my evening walks. I’ve continued to whittle away the things that take me out of the house and now I’m working on other things that waste my time while at home. The life of a caregiver is unpredictable, at least mine is, so wasting time is not an option.
I’m hopeful that Millennials will clear that up for us. That some of that backward thinking will be corrected, but that doesn’t happen without doing the work.
No. Not yet. That’s what I heard down in my soul. You’re going to have to tough this one out.
I’ve enjoyed participating in this 31 Days Writing Challenge. Writing every day meant moments of joy every day, no matter what else was happening. So, thanks to Kate and the FMF community for helping me enjoy the challenge and hopefully, improve my writing habits in...