What do you worry about? I know I worry about whether my husband and I have enough money in our retirement fund; how high gasoline and food prices will go; and I worry about my children. I also fret about what the world will be like when my grandchildren are adults. I could add to […]
It is my prayer that you will find encouragement or will seek a closer relationship with the LORD here. It does not matter where you are in your faith journey my posts are an easy read. You will find a variety of topics on faith, having a relationship with God and how to relate to other people. I hope you will find something on my blog to help you on your faith journey or with life in general.
Are you angry, tired, depressed, envious, filled with anxiety, bitter, or feeling hopeless? If so, you are probably a POW – Prisoner of the World. It is my hope that my blog will aid in helping you find a way to set yourself free from the worldly chains that bind and encourage you to have a relationship or grow your relationship with the Lord.
You are a work in progress. Life is your classroom. Every day brings with it new challenges. It also gives you an opportunity to learn. Events from your personal past, history or someone else’s past can be your teacher. History does repeat itself. You can take what you learn from it, make changes in your life and improve your future.
On our life paths, we encounter unforeseen events and walk down unknown pathways. As with any trip you take down an unfamiliar path, you will need a guide. The Lord is quietly waiting to be invited on this journey with you. If you allow Him, He will direct your paths, and you will never be alone.
Please, take a peek at excerpts from my novels and daily reflection books. There are links that will take you to Amazon to purchase/download them. I love to write fiction, as well as, non-fiction. My hope is when reading my novels, it takes you away from your daily grind, and that my reflections are helpful on your life journey.
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When I was a young teen I was watching an Elvis Presley movie with my dad. In this movie Elvis took a dive from a high cliff in Acapulco. I sat enthralled as I watched Elvis stand on the edge of that cliff and dive into the ocean. My dad interjected that he had done […]
My mother had three children and knew just what we needed at each stage of our lives. The teen years worried her. It was the 70’s – a time of drugs and sex. She decided her best course of action was to spend time individually with each one of us. When we were preteens, she […]