Archive | February 2018

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It’s a God Thing, A Taste of Spring, Fresh Air and Learning

February 11, 2018 – It’s a God Thing Not long after I became a born again Christian, I had a young lady tell me I had done a 360 degree turn around in my life. I no longer wanted or participated in the things from my old life. I didn’t need a drink, and the […]

Jesus, Forgetfulness and Love

February 8, 2018 – Jesus You know, sometimes I would just like to shake some people and tell them to “wake up and smell the coffee.” As I look around me on a daily basis and see the miraculous works of God, I don’t understand how they can say they don’t believe. Then I have […]

Truth, Heaven and Reunions

February 5, 2018 – Truth We live in a chaotic world today. It seems that every day there is skulduggery going on somewhere in our country and always everywhere around the world. Not only are we being lied to by politicians, but many of our religious leaders as well. When they change the word of […]

Family, Reminders, and It Is What It Is

February 2, 2018 – Family My family was not a close family. I only remember meeting my fathers parents once and staying with my mothers parents for a very short time when I was very young. I never met my Aunt Joan and only have vague memories of my Aunt Carol when she stayed with […]

Forgiveness, Home and Friends

January 30, 2018 – Forgiveness Sometimes we find it hard to forgive, especially if someone has hurt us deeply. Whether it is a superficial, emotional wound or an actual, physical injury caused by another person, we are a race of people who tend to hold onto every negative experience we have had. Some of us […]

Gods Cathedral

January 29, 2018 – Gods Cathedral Have you ever been to Gods Cathedral? It is a magnificent place to visit. It doesn’t cost you anything to walk through it. There are no collection plates or donation boxes and no one will ask you for a monetary gift.. He takes care of everything, the maintenance of […]

Trust, Paraklesis, and Pain

January 26, 2018 – Trust Some people find it hard to trust others. When I was young I trusted everyone. I believed everything anyone told me. I was naive, I’ll admit that, but I was never taught anything about life out on my own. My family never had sit down talks about what to expect […]