From days of old or from just yesterday. Memories of family, friends, customs, good times or hard.
“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures.” I Corinthians 15:1-4
After we decided to start a family, we discovered our desire to become parents had initiated us into a long journey of infertility that we would wander through for over a decade.read more
Carly Simon sang of ‘Anticipation’. It’s so true that anticipation is making me wait, though not making me late. God’s timing is perfect.read more
When thinking of margins, something I seldom do, I am transported back to my pre-personal computer college days. Term papers had to be double spaced with one inch margins. On my portable typewriter, no less. That was pretty much the sum total of my reflection on...read more
Like a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes, I have memories filling the corners of my mind just as the song says. Life is full of seasons—memory making seasons and remembering memories seasons.read more
Dance? He set my feet to Dancing! That Day I Danced in Church sure startled me! Little Baptist girls are taught dancing is bad. I know because I was one.read more
Jesus sent us His valentine from the Cross, signed in red. Every day is Valentine’s Day with the Lord. Let’s remember to rejoice daily in His agape love.read more
Since the days of Abraham, our God has asked parents for their children, perhaps because a father’s—or mother’s—love is so great.
Does He want to know that we love Him more? Or whether we will hold back our son or daughter from Him . . . since He did not hold His back from us?read more
The thief who denied hell and stole Heaven has an amazing place in history. The thief is the one person who saw the truth of Jesus' message. Those around him were grieving, shocked, taunting, or disinterested in the crucifixion, but the thief stole the show. He saw...read more
Our lives are filled with myriad moments that can create both marvelous and mundane memories. It is important for us to discover our own way of keeping track of these memorable moments.read more
There are seasons in our life where we enter a reflective state. We examine ourselves, examine our actions and wonder if we're on the right track. Every now and then, I like to enter a reflective state and look back to God's provision. "To every thing there is a...read more