You knew. You knew that the same people who cried Hosanna as You entered Jerusalem were the same ones who would pick up the stones to judge one another’s sin, and nail You to the cross. You knew. You knew we all hide our brokenness under the cover of what we think others want us … More snapshots along the Way: He Knew
I am more than a bit timid when it comes to asking God for something i want for myself. In fact, I tend to ask for myself as a tag along, or add on at the end of praying for other people’s needs. Which isn’t a healthy symptom at all. You see, that likely means … More name the doubt & grab His hem
I don’t know about you, but I am much more comfortable with a person who is down to earth than one who thinks too highly about themselves. Oh sure, they may have cool skills, or have completed awesome tasks with accolades, but humility within a person is what truly makes them great. I love how … More where are you drawn to sit?
Ripping off the bandaid to show the partially healed wound below& exposing it to the air can be very painful…yet somehow refreshing at the same time. There are many wounds within everyone in various stages of healing. At any given time, anyone of us could be dealing with aftermath or fall out… your spouse cheats … More aftermath
His banner over me is love. Wow! He calls me beloved. ME?! And as I have been soaking in that truth, and others like it, I realize that i have been the biggest hindrance to my receiving His love. Because I don’t feel loveable most days. I feel awkward, a misfit, out of sorts, stressed, … More His banner over me reads beloved
You hear the cry of the broken, You hear the cry of the broken, You hear the cry of the broken… You answer the cry of the broken, You answer the cry of the broken, You answer the cry of the broken… –Darlene Zschech, Your Name/Cry of the Broken Feeling broken? These past few days … More cry of the broken
After losing this piece twice by trying to directly post it to Facebook, I have decided to press through and post it as my blog post for today. It relates to the Christmas story, so I am going to run with it 🙂 I bet Mary & Joseph felt very lonely in their separate situations … More lonely, so lonely