GLORY Glory is the prompt word for Day 20 of #write28days. It makes me think of brilliance or radiance, and of course, my thoughts went to God. Then I heard in my head the voice of John Michael Talbot singing the words – the […]
Create and survive are the prompt words for Day 18 and Day 19 of #write28days. Like I did with an earlier post, I think I will combine them. In a way, I see creativity as a key to survival. Creativity also encourages me […]
Surrender is the prompt word for Day 17 of #write28days. According to RhymeZone, one of the definitions is: verb: relinquish to the power of another; yield to the control of another This past week I was doing well, until a virus hit me. […]
What about you? Has God put something on your heart that might seem scary? He will give you courage and strength to follow through.
When I was young I was curious like most children are. So to inquire about things was a natural thing for me. Well, my aunt must have gotten tired of my questions, because she said to me one day, “Gayl, you are too inquisitive.” […]
Reject is the word for Day 10 of #write28days. My thoughts right away went to a song by Michael Card called Sunrise of Your Smile, which is on the album titled Poiema. I think he may have written it with his children in mind, but […]
What do you suppose the world would be like if there were no colors or light or water or resources of any kind? Let’s explore that idea.
Have you ever been outside on a clear night and looked up at the stars? We live in a rural area near the woods, and I don’t get outside in the evening nearly enough. But when I do I am always struck by the vastness […]
We must build our lives on the foundation of Jesus, our Rock, in order to stand firm when the storms come. Other foundations ultimately fail.
The Ugly Duckling thought he was ugly, because he was different from the others. He was really a swan. There are no ugly ducklings.