What they want they take, any way they can get it. Where do they learn this? Some of them, sadly, from their parents.
I was certainly in a state! “Clogged with wishes.” I was wishing that my wishes were what God wished, and if my wishes were not what God wished, I wished that I could wish that my wishes would go away, but the wishes were still there.
a haiku for winter
The blog has been silent because the workshop and studio have been buzzing. Come and see!
If my life is broken when given to Jesus, it is because pieces will feed a multitude, while a loaf will satisfy only a little lad.
Until the will and the affections are brought under the authority of Christ, we have not begun to understand, let alone to accept, His Lordship.
What a happy song this is! It speaks, not of a temporal pleasure that is here one moment and gone with the first winds of adversity, but rather a joy that endures the hardest of trials. Where do we find this “immortal gladness”? The source is none other than God Almighty.
Finding serenity in an afternoon with Grandpa, a fishing expedition with my son, and solitude at the base of a waterfall.
"Obedience is the Key to learning how to hear directly from the Holy Spirit."