A few years ago, I began practicing 10 minutes of stillness each day, but somewhere along the way, I stopped. It seemed to just slip away, and I don’t remember the last time.
What if we could become more like children who have such childlike wonder. Maybe we, too, would feel joy and hope with even simple things.
Writing a clogyrnach variation poem was fun but definitely a challenge! After many words, thoughts and trials, I finally settled on a poem.
Today I’m trying something new – clogyrnach poetry. This Welsh poetic form intrigued me. I studied one of my nature photos for inspiration.
How can we be living a life of hope amidst the pain? What if, Instead of letting it rule us, we use it to drive us closer to God?
True hope trusts in the finished work of Jesus on the cross and His resurrection. We rest in the promises of God, knowing that He hears and answers prayer.
Hope is my one word inspiration for 2022. I wasn’t looking for one, but hope just seemed to nestle in and make itself at home in my life.
LOVE IS MORE THAN A FEELING This was originally written back in October of 2014 and shared on my former blog. As I was reading over it today, I reflected again on the truth that love is more than a feeling. Enjoy this slightly edited […]
As my son and I sat on the porch, we began to wonder, as we had in the past, why the sky looks so bright in the east at sundown. Where does the light come from?
GENTLE JESUS This week For Five Minute Friday, Kate chose the word, gentle. The first thought that came to my mind was of a hymn I heard long ago called Gentle Jesus, Meek and Mild. And as I thought of the meekness of Jesus, I […]