For over fifty years, I have spent a lot of my life in service to the Lord. I’m rather proud of my efforts and accomplishments. And therein lies the problem. I’m at a stage where I’m not as active as I used to be for various reasons. After all, I’m knocking on Seventy’s door. But … Continue reading Parts of My Life
The past two weeks proved to be a wonderful, interesting time for me. I felt impressed to take a break from Twitter since that's the only social media I do unless you count this blog. I know Twitter has a bad reputation: "cesspool," "bullying," "unwholesome content," "vicious comments." I see that kind of stuff is … Continue reading On the Shelf
Only questions with the photos this week. TUESDAY, APRIL 5: BRING When you bring your offering before the Lord, do you do it with a joyful heart? Are you willing to share with others who are in need out of your own lack sometimes? What have you done lately that stretched your generosity muscles? WEDNESDAY, … Continue reading 2022 Lenten Photo-a-day Challenge Week 6: April 5 -11
Along the Coastal South of the United States, spring has definitely sprung. Although it’s possible to have another freeze, we also have some days in the upper 70s to lower 80s. The plants have gotten the message, especially the weeds. Today, I’ll review what has been happening in February in my garden. The weed vs. … Continue reading Six On Saturday: Spring is Here!
“Is anybody hungry?” I remember hearing those words when I was a child before the women in my family served a meal. It was a welcomed question, signaling that it was time to eat. Humans and animals alike share the common experience of hunger. We may not all feel it to the same degree, but … Continue reading Hunger
Warm coastal areas are a perfect environment for mold and mildew. Even the best-built buildings can have spaces where these little fungi can get a foothold and grow, despite efforts to keep them clean. But other buildings with leaky window frames, poorly sealed concrete walls, inadequate insulation, or site flooding can be eaten up with … Continue reading Holiness
I had planned to blog about something else today, but it can wait. When you read this, you may think it’s a small matter, and in fact, it is relatively insignificant. But through the eyes of faith, and as a metaphor for greater things, it’s a big deal. Last week I was kvetching about looking … Continue reading Praise Report: Lost, but Now Found