Birthed into a Living Hope

"Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead."  I Peter 1:3         --Living Hope-- I am holding onto that Hope. Because, while I had WONDERFUL … Continue reading Birthed into a Living Hope

Brokenness into Birthing

  The wind was howling And my husband was snoring And it was one of those pain-filled-lying-awake-kind-of-nights.   But yet there was a difference this time.  Traveling along this road of brokenness, I am falling onto the comfort where Jesus has been waiting for me.  My last post shared about the truce with my body, and … Continue reading Brokenness into Birthing

Wounded for my Healing

Shuffling, re-organizing, simplifying, stripping away the old. All the right words to be passed at the table during this Spring-Cleaning-Time-Of-Year. And, wow, was I on it!  I may not have had the energy or strength to strip the paint, but I sure cleaned out the old notebooks left over from Homeschooling Days!  (It's been a decade since … Continue reading Wounded for my Healing

The Cross Cuts Through

  "Love divine has seen and counted Every tear it caused to fall And the storm which love appointed Was its choicest gift of all"                      --Anonymous   When I delight in the day, when I take joy in my moments, I can see His hand in everything. Love brought me here.  So when the … Continue reading The Cross Cuts Through

Journey

Journey is the word for today over at "The Faith Barista."  And I am sharing again during her #OneWordLent  invitation over at her Blog. The Lord is near to the brokenhearted And saves those who are crushed in spirit.~ Psalm 34:4-7, 18 As "TheFaithBarista" shared this Scripture Passage and that one word, "Journey," my heart was stirred again to think that … Continue reading Journey

Come and Dwell

"Remember" . . . This is the word prompt chosen by "The Faith Barista" over on her blog, inviting anyone who wishes, to join her on a #OneWordLent  journey to learn to dwell.  To dwell as Christ's Beloved.  To be still in His Presence.  Which is pretty amazing, because that's the very thing that I have been hearing from … Continue reading Come and Dwell