If you were the daughter of [earthly] royalty, would you still need to be reminded of your worth; or would the money, material pleasures and admonition of others bring sufficient joy?
Sunday, October 6th, 2019 my earthly father departed from us following a brief illness. In the days and weeks that have followed, I became increasingly angry with God – enough so, that it impeded my ability to pray. Talking to Him wasn’t even an interest. My flesh would not allow the very thing that my …
While guilt and shame are typically secondary to some other sinful behavior, [think sexual immorality for instance], they are the heavyweights of sin.
Godly friends play a crucial role in our Christian development. We weren’t created to be alone.
In an age where people put so much energy into undermining each other, it can, at times take sheer determination to refrain from gossip and communicate with integrity.
Politics, abortions, women’s rights, race, & religion – it’s what’s clogging up my social media feeds these days.
Contentment. Poverty doesn’t provide it and money can’t buy it. While the deception of poverty is usually black and white, as in, you either have it or you don’t; the deception of the affluent is more subtle.
As 2018 started coming to a close and the new year made it’s debut, my Facebook feed quickly filled with images and quotes with promises of a new ‘you.’
Divorced dads. You know them. Made infamous by jaded, but naive courthouse judges and their brigade. They’re the not-so-lovable, incompetent men badgered by an eternally ‘competent,’ narcissistic ex-wife.
In spite of being born into sin, I started with a clean slate. Many things have been written on it in my 44 years, but God….