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The Season of Thanksgiving.

I know that Thanksgiving as a holiday can be a bit controversial. Whatever your view on this holiday, or if it's even a national holiday in your country or not, I want you to look past the holiday on the calendar and view it as a heart evaluation. Thanksgiving isn't just a holiday on the... Continue Reading →

End of the Year Goals

Can you believe it is already November? Not only that, we're like almost halfway through November. Just in case you're like me, I won't tell you how many weeks it is until Christmas. That being said, the end of the 2022 will be here before we blink, or so it seems. The good news is... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 12

Through a Filter. How would you describe God? The answers this question receives are different from person to person. Mankind at large sees God in many different ways. For many, God is the One who punishes out of anger. He brings fire and brimstone upon all who stick a toe out of line. For others,... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapters 6-7

Chapters six through seven are Job's first answer to Eliphaz. These two chapters deal a lot with grief and depression. They also show us how we should act and react to someone who is going through them. They also reveal a similarity in all of us, from the troubles in the night to the groaning... Continue Reading →

The Passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

Growing up, the only royalty I concerned myself with was the tragic and mysterious Romanov family. However, even as a child I knew that Queen Elizabeth II was the Queen of England. She was a constant throughout my life, though distant and seemingly irrelevant as I live in America and not Great Britain. As I... Continue Reading →

Plans and Changing Plans

Good day everyone. How was your Labor Day holiday? I had half a holiday, I guess? Hubby was home for most of the day and went into work after nap time, but since I'm not a morning person I think it worked out well. I've also been dealing with an eye infection that finally started... Continue Reading →

Letting Go of July.

I don't know about you, but July was the craziest month I have had so far this year. It felt like it was one thing after another with barely any time to breathe between events. When I did have time to collect myself, I was so mentally exhausted that I had nothing to contribute. So... Continue Reading →

The Umbrella of Faith

...For this very night an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I serve stood before me, and said, 'Stop being afraid, Paul. You must stand before Caesar; and behold, God has given you [the lives of] all those who are sailing with you.'Apostle Paul (Acts 27:23-24 amp) Can you imagine being... Continue Reading →

At the Red Sea

What does it mean to trust God? Why does it seem like our faith in Him is tested over and over again? If we were to answer these questions, I'd suggest asking the Israelites who walked out of Egypt. They saw some of God's miraculous works––I won't say most miraculous but they were pretty awesome––and... Continue Reading →

When Grief Comes to Call.

Everyone knows that life is often too short. It seems like there's never enough time to spend with the people we love before they're gone from our lives. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com On Sunday I learned that a close friend of my dad and step-mom, and the father of two of my best friends,... Continue Reading →

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