Word Drop: Constant

During meditation this morning, I could hear the Lord whisper the word "Constant." I am a math teacher and the word constant refers to terms in an equation. So, my math teacher mind thought of this equation. Walking with the Lord = Daily Provision + His unfailing love Some of you will get it, but... Continue Reading →

Inspored by Psalm 32:11

Let today be the day You let go of strife Look to the Lord For your life Receive His Joy. Sing! Psalm 32:11 (TPT) So celebrate the goodness of God! He shows this kindness to everyone who is his. Go ahead—shout for joy, all you upright ones who want to please him!

Divine Fellowship: A Haiku

Competitionless No comparisons within Divine fellowship 1 Thessalonians 5:9-11 The Message (MSG) God didn’t set us up for an angry rejection but for salvation by our Master, Jesus Christ. He died for us, a death that triggered life. Whether we’re awake with the living or asleep with the dead, we’re alive with him! So speak... Continue Reading →

A Thank You Note 1.3.19

I am amazed, not unfazed, by the beauty of my days. When I consider the work of Your hand, the beauty of this land, it's hard to understand. Why you pay attention to man. I am equally inspired, even when tired, how so admired Is the evening splendor and graceful contender, sunset in all is... Continue Reading →

The Layers of Yesterday

Sunrises over horizons Overcasts over hopes Showers of blessings Evaporations of fear Longings for change Illuminations of possibilities Visions of success Dreams of sunrise Philippians 3:13 (TLB) Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead.

Fan the Flame: A Haiku

Smoldering within A heart and spirit aglow Burn for Him again It is not uncommon to feel weary and beat down. Let's face it, loving people into the Kingdom can break our hearts and crush our spirits. Especially when expectations aren't met or we are overloaded with responsibility. Our loved ones might not support us... Continue Reading →

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