It can’t be this hard

I looked at my iwatch. “Seriously!” It was blinking orange. “No way. I should be in the red zone by now.” Red was flashing across the monitor for everyone except me. My heart rate was still in the orange zone. I was pedaling as fast as my thighs could churn as still my heart rate … Continue reading It can’t be this hard

Waiting On God

“Lord, how long must I ask for help and You ignore me? I cry out to You about violence, but You do not save us! Why do You make me see wrong things and make me look at trouble? People are destroying things and hurting others in front of me; they are arguing and fighting. … Continue reading Waiting On God

TO KNOW HIM BY NAME

"When Seth grew up, he had a son and named him Enosh.  At that time people first began to worship the LORD by name."     Genesis 4:26 NLT My imagination just runs as I read this scripture verse.  It is one verse tucked in between a record of two genealogies, both beginning with Adam.  The … Continue reading TO KNOW HIM BY NAME

YAHWEH GLORY!

Lucas and Asher in their grinch Christmas Jammie's "When Seth grew up, he had a son and named him Enosh.  At that time people first began to worship the LORD (YAHWEH) by name." Genesis 4:26  NLT Do you remember the last scene in the classic TV show, "HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS?"  The grinch leans … Continue reading YAHWEH GLORY!

They did something right

Rachael Nikole, Magen Elizabeth, and Matthew Landry Jones Do you ever wonder if you are a good parent?  When my kids were little, so often I questioned my parenting skills.  I truly recognized my shortcomings.  But as I have mentioned before, God's grace and mercy filled in exceedingly, abundantly more that I could ever think … Continue reading They did something right

“Let it be said of me…”

I love the song "The Blessing" by John Waller Everytime I hear it I think of my dad and my father-in-law.  The first few lines are: "Let it be said of us while we walked among the living, Let it be said of us by the ones we leave behind Let it be said of … Continue reading “Let it be said of me…”