On our way to visit family for Thanksgiving, we drive mile after mile, passing hundreds of other vehicles that represent drivers from many walks of life. We pass FedEx trucks – (got to be on time!); the farm truck with hay hanging out the back; utility vans and trucks with ladders; semis hauling goods to… Read More Ruts – Am I stuck?
Autumn Trees The center of the picture is flaming orange One of the most beautiful, brightly colored trees you’ve ever laid eyes on. She is set against a background of Various yellows and greens To the right and to the left And of autumn purples and olives to the top right. The blue sky completes… Read More The Giant Orange Lady
Who is the real you? There’s the you that strangers see. Hopefully, if you are sincere and honest in how you behave in public, this is a part of the real you, the outer layer so to speak. Then there’s the you that your friends see. And depending on which friend you are spending time… Read More Layers of Real
A breaking heart feels so alone— Tearing, aching, grieving groans Where contentment once abode Darkness now has come. He clutches at his aching chest; The agony won’t let him rest, His sobs are filled with gnawing “why’s” As in his hopelessness he cries To One who listens in the skies. And as the tears tumble… Read More Broken Heart
A couple of years ago we bought a couple of minnows to put in our 10-gallon fish tank. One of them began to bully the other to the point of apparently forbidding her to eat. He would chase her away from the food when we fed them, then he would gather the food he couldn’t… Read More Healing through God’s Word