John 8:2 To the Jews who had believed Him, Jesus said, ” If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free”. When we listen to lies Our worth shrinks in size The enemy blinds our eyes Confusion multiplies Lost in … Continue reading When We Listen to Lies: Spoken Word Poetry
Anyone who does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother! (Matthew 12:50) When the dish pile tumbles Overcooked meat crumbles Bow your head, be humble When your marriage tightens and tests Hold one another and confess For He knows we falter when the goal is best When the … Continue reading Streamline & Simplify: A Poem
Today, I welcome fellow writer and sister in Christ, Dena Talmage. God placed us in the same critique group for our writing. Though we have only been together in the group a couple of times, He connected our hearts, overlapping certain paths we shared without ever knowing of each other. Today, I thank Jesus for helping … Continue reading Guest Dena Talmage: The Uninvited Visitor
How often do you say the word sacred? Before my forties, I probably never said it Anything holy would have been followed by profanity. I know, hard to believe when you see pictures of me gazing up at Our Creator with awe and adoration, right? Sacred is life-altering. Recently, I spoke the word for … Continue reading How Do You Define Sacred?
All the should’s in a line Standing at attention, keeping good time What a mess, you SHOULD have… You said what? You SHOULD have… Beginning their military march in our heads Mission-purpose to kill, leaving other thoughts dead You, you, you Should be, should say, should feel You, you, you Pointing the arrow far, far … Continue reading Taking Stock of Our Souls: Poetry to Prepare for the New Year, 1 of 3