I think this year is the first time that I have seen a baby cardinal. We have had one this July that has learned to fly already. She would swoop up to the bird feeder like a pro, then just sit there and say, “Chip, chip, chip.” For those of you who are bird watchers,… Read More Lessons from a Baby Cardinal
In my last post we left Jesus in the wilderness being ministered to by the angels. After this, we briefly see Him and His disciples at the river again, baptizing more disciples than John. And wouldn’t you know it? The Pharisees had a problem with that! Boy they sure did start on Him early! He… Read More Who Jesus Values – Sychar Lesson
I wonder if Jesus is interceding for me to wake up and spend more time with the Lord? I have been lax in this area of getting up early for such a long time, that I’m a bit shocked that I’m suddenly waking up so early. But does it have to be another nightmare? (Sorry… Read More Where to Run When Everything is Falling Apart
Memories are connected to smells, both the good ones and bad ones. The smell of salt water near the ocean, The smell of a cool breeze after a hot summer day, The smell of an attic or basement, The smell of rain, The smell of pine at Christmas. Or, you open the door and take… Read More Smells Permeate
Today I’m sharing two stories with a lesson. First, not too long ago my grandson wanted to help me dig in the garden when I was out pulling weeds. I was concerned that he might dig up the good plants, so I directed him to an end of the garden that I use more as… Read More Buried Treasure
I’ve been considering blogging for some time, but it’s so much easier for me just to write it down on paper. The problem with this, of course, is that it makes it next to impossible to share my thoughts with very many people. But God has been urging me to get out of my comfort… Read More Hello world!