Monthly Archives: January 2015

Like Other Nations

Our Bible Study lesson last Sunday was in I Samuel 7.  Once again, the Israelites were acting in disobedience – shocker.  Before I get too judgmental with the Israelites for their disobedience – how obedient have I been lately?  That’s just a continual thought I have regarding the Israelites whose disobedience has been written on […]

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Look What I Can Do

On Wednesday nights at church I get the pleasure of helping teach a special group of 2-5 year old little ones. Their innocence captivates me and their energy gives me motivation. Listening to their stories from the days adventures or the honest prayers they say in front of the group will always bring a smile […]

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Deuteronomy 6:7 (KJV) 7 And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. As a homeschooling family we are always looking for ways to study and teach God’s Word […]

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Clean Mangers

  I have the privilege of having my 2 year old granddaughter visit my home for weeks at a time.  It gets a little crazy because we are so busy having fun.  My grand daughters have their own room at my house – decorated in red, yellow and black with Mickey Mouse on the wall.  […]

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Lacking Nothing

I love it when I have a moment where light dawns upon me in some fresh way! A few weeks ago, I began a Bible study called, “A Woman’s Heart God’s Dwelling Place” by Beth Moore. I actually received the Bible study book as a gift from a dear Jesus loving friend of mind! We […]

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Being His Hands and Feet

Back in the day the Christian band Audio Adrenaline was bigger than big.  Their songs were fun, up beat, and spoke Biblical truth.  They kind of hold a special place in my heart. Audio Adrenaline was one of the first ever concerts I went to as an up and coming pre-teen, one of the CDs […]

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Be Holy

“…for it is written, ‘Be holy, because I am holy”. – 1 Peter 1:16 If someone were to ask you what sin is, your mind would probably jump to the clichés like lying, cheating, and stealing. While those are definitely forms of sin, we don’t have to go that far to fall short. One of […]

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Filled to the Brim!

Every morning I try to get up an hour before the others. This gives me an opportunity to have my quiet time with the Lord. My day always thanks me for having that special time set aside for the Lord and I feel His presence there throughout my day. In Psalm 63, David shows us […]

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Wasting Away to Be Renewed

Several months ago, a friend and I were laughing about the shocking reality of our reflections as we see them in store windows.  Sometimes we see that reflection and wonder who the old, fat lady is.  We seem surprised to see our actual reflection and not the reflection of ourselves at 25.  Not long after […]

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Are You Dressed Properly?

I was listening to a podcast the other day by Jim Cymbala. He posed the question, “Are you dressing properly?” In my mind, I began walking through my closet while taking a mental inventory of the wardrobe I own. I really need to clean out my closet! It was crowded in there! I digress. As […]

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