But from there you will search again for the Lord your God. And if you search for Him with all your heart and soul, you will find Him (Deuteronomy 4:29). I used to be a woman of many questions, namely “why?”. Why do bad things happen? Why am I still lonely? As Jesus has taught … Continue reading What Questions Does God Answer?
Then I saw the Lamb standing on Mount Zion, and with Him were 144,000 who had His name and His Father’s name written on their foreheads. And I heard a sound from heaven like the roar of mighty ocean waves or the rolling of thunder. It was like the sound of many harpists playing together … Continue reading The Lion and the Lamb
When one has spent most of her life accomplishing things in her own strength, setting goals is a means to an end, her end. When one meets her Maker and learns He has plans for her since way before she was born, she slows her pace in the self-righteous race. When this broken woman meets … Continue reading How God Changed Goals for Me
I felt like I time-traveled today. The boys and I took a tour of our Capitol Building in Harrisburg. With slight nervousness about being on time (and allowing the margin for security), I didn’t get any pictures of the dome from the outside. Just us in front of the memorial fountain: However, the inside made … Continue reading God and Angels at the PA Capitol
Jesus is our Rock. Jesus is my Rock. This has been on repeat in my soul these past couple weeks. I spoke at church this past Sunday and asked everyone to visualize a balance beam. Sometimes Jesus is on one side and the gates of Hades are on the other. We know satan will never … Continue reading Jealousy Never Wins
I will be brutally honest. In years past, I used to dread summer. While being a stay at home mom for a long string of years now, I had come to covet my time alone while the boys were at school. Time alone became an idol. Scary how easily we shove God aside and adopt … Continue reading On Loving Summer Well
Recently, I have pondered this question: What if you are hurt by another Christian and that person sees/hears no need to repent? You feel deeply hurt, and you see no evidence of true apology or turning away from the behavior. Repentance is a tricky topic. Of course, it is no accident that John the Baptist … Continue reading Regular Repentance Part 2