For most of June and July, Jason and I talked about canceling this beach trip. Between Covid and the protests in Ocean City, MD, we did not want to do anything that would add stress considering one of the reasons we get away is to relax. By late July, Ocean City protests were over, and … Continue reading Beach in the Storms: Part 2
Some of us post prayers on social media, on blogs 🙂 … or go into war rooms, private places to cry out. … or sing as we pray. … or lift up names because He knows the need. Some of us skimp on prayer, knowing He reads our hearts. Some of us turn to friends, … Continue reading Praying Like There is no Tomorrow
When Jason and I were first married, we drove from Biloxi, MS. to Huntingdon, PA for our holiday vacation. Several hours there and back … my legs quivered like I had been tased or hit by lightening. Tingly, crawly … no matter how I tried to rest or walk it out, the sensation would not … Continue reading Are You Restless?
Dear Lord of Lords, You are the only holy God, the One whose power defeats every enemy seen and unseen. We join this moment to praise Your Righteous Name. You are Truth, You are Grace, You are Mercy, You are Our Father who created us. Lord, we struggle to know what to do in these … Continue reading A Prayer to Lift the Lost
Dear Lord, We remove our shoes and approach Your feet. We stand in powerful silence before You. After lifting our arms and praising Your holy name, we bow low to the ground. The burden is too heavy to bear, Lord. This plague has not only caused death, sickness, unemployment, depression and anxiety … Lord, it … Continue reading Hear Our Prayer, Lord
Over the weekend, my heart of prayer was full. As I hear requests, I collect burdens and store them in a secret place … until the time comes to be ever so still and seek My Lord: Listen, God! Please pay attention. Can You make sense of these ramblings, my groans and cries? King-God, I … Continue reading A Vision and an Assignment; will you join me?
For as I have often told you before, and now say again even with tears: Many live as enemies of the cross of Christ. Their end is destruction, their god is their belly, and their glory is in their shame. Their minds are set on earthly things. But our citizenship is in heaven, and we … Continue reading A Prayer for His Kingdom
And Mary said: My soul glorifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for He has been mindful of the humble state of His servant. From now on all generations will call me blessed for the Mighty One has done great things for me … holy is His name (Luke 1:46-49). Before … Continue reading A Prayer to Begin the New Week
When I first open my eyes, darkness greets me. Quiet surrounds me, holds me, lets me know I am safe. Opening our front door, I am thankful for His trees in our neighborhood. Always I am touched by the faithful chorus of His birds. But His sky … Changing within seconds … there are times … Continue reading When Night Becomes Morning
Good morning, sisters and brothers, readers and writers, mothers and fathers, children of the Most High God, God leading me to post here as often as possible. His message to you, His chosen people. He wants as many outlets as possible. I am still praying, asking for His leading to grow the outlets which I … Continue reading The Rain and Prayer