I wonder how long it is that my mind will be in this space, that my refrain will be from the second part of the third verse of psalm 6, “low long, O Lord, how long?” It feels like every day is the last one I can stand. Sometimes, I ask my husband to drive me home or I sit and stare at the wall, paralyzed. Psalm 6 gives voice to my frustration. I roll my eyes and pound at my pillow, I complain and cry about this disease that leaves me dumb, disorganized, addled. But I’m asking the wrong question. Continue reading
I am a CH
I am a CHRISTIAN
I have CHRIST
in my HEART
and I will
LIVE ETERNALLY. Continue reading
Joel Osteen is on to something. The name-it-and-claim-it mentality can be a powerful psychological tool. If we only believe hard enough and long enough, our minds will prevail. The universe cannot resist us! It makes Jesus sound like the head of the Jedis.
Has God ever told you to go raise someone from the dead? Years ago, a friend thought God had told her to go to a stranger’s funeral, touch the body, and tell it to get up. Continue reading
Psalm 46:1, 10
In a phase of frustration & discouragement, this mantra challenges me to put my trust where I’ve bet my life, in God’s hands.