Comfort-er 💐

INTIMACY – Jesus’ disciples had a very intimate relationship with Him which is why it would have been so hard to think of Him leaving. Jesus knew this, but He also knew that the same level of intimacy would be available through the Helper who was coming. The Holy Spirit is now, God with us. LiterallyContinue reading “Comfort-er 💐”

Rough Season– don’t you think?

 I’m surprised we’re still here, aren’t you? I have now listened to the Ps 121, Ps 37, Ps 18 and\or Rick Warren, Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, RT Kendall, Steven Furtick and a bunch of other sermons and scripture. Roughly 32 billion times. Conclusion…we are going to make it guys.  strengthandcourage.That is what I am talkingContinue reading “Rough Season– don’t you think?”

Things I 💕

I’m starting to get a little bit fussy. Time for a list. Sandy feet from walking on the beachGetting an 🍨 ice cream with someone I 💕 The way my dogs can sleep anytime and anywhere. I’m not kidding. It’s quite remarkable. Helping online charities: grin Naps in the sunshine Subway–I always feel like aContinue reading “Things I 💕”

Toxic family

I love that Jesus teaches me how to think about well-meaning but toxic folks. He modeled it. And the people became offended and began to turn against him. Jesus said, “There’s only one place a prophet isn’t honored—his own hometown!”Matthew 13:57 TPT And if anyone doesn’t listen to you and rejects your message, when youContinue reading “Toxic family”

Things to love

My dog’s chin whiskers. Comic note. Take a look sometime. Bread 🍞 Cats vs. dogs. Endless comic material. I love it. Fields of lavender in the 🌞 The beach Audio books + any type of household chore. Automatically 75% easier Family meals Scottish, Irish or New York accents Welcoming soldiers home from active service EarlyContinue reading “Things to love”

Grief–hello again.

I know about this. At least a little. My best friend and mentor (who I lived with during my last years of highschool) died at 42 years old. She died just after my first husband left me. Sandy just woke up one morning and said “I can’t breathe.” And died. She left a husband, aContinue reading “Grief–hello again.”

Toxic relationship

God–“I’m telling you to back out semi-permanently. Do you think my arm is too short to save him so you must come in and take over? Obey, girl. You are getting in the way of my plans for him. I got this. You mind your own beeswax.”