Eagles are incredible.
I was once again reminded of a beautiful gift I received many years ago—to watch from just above an eagle leave her nest and cascade her wings across a New England valley. I had to be less than 20 yards from her on the side of a mountain trial. It was picturesque to watch her glide over the valley as the breeze caught her wings and carried her. I knew in that moment, to be able to watch an eagle that close and from above, not
Have you ever been truly sorrowful and sorry over something? Have you ever watched God take the very thing that brought you sorrow and use it to His benefit? So unique are the ways and will of God.
In the Old Testament, back to Genesis, there is the ancient story of Adam and Eve—the first recorded humans. They lived in a lush garden and had every luxury at their fingertips. There was only one exclusion from their access, the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. This tree has long
When I was a little girl I was very timid, bashful and shy. I remember my Daddy carrying me on his forearm, holding me close to his chest. There’s such a sense of peace and rest when you have the confidence of another for supplemental strength, especially a father.
Jesus, when in the Garden of Gethsemane prayed to His Heavenly Father for Comfort, Relief and Respite. And in the quiet of the night the Christ knew what he’d been asked to do. He tried to lean on the strength of friends,
The Lord separates the Holy from the common even today.
His Glory uncommon. His communion requires thoughts, deeds and choices that are uncommonly good, sweet, kind. That’s the fragrance of worship. Worship isn’t just a song. Worship is a way of life. Worship is how you live your life.
Being separate may not be a bad thing.
Thank you God.
That’s a Rhema Word right there!
I don’t know where you are right now, but if I can be transparent for a moment with an effort to be useful.
I have felt like Cinderella or