Name is the prompt word for Five Minute Friday this week. Names are full of meaning. It might be fun to do a little study to see if the meanings of our names actually fit who we are. I had a little fun and wrote […]
Touch is the prompt for Five Minute Friday this week. One of the first things I thought of is the simple act of touching something with your outstretched hand. It could be the strong grasp of a hardy handshake, or maybe the soft fur of […]
It’s time for Five Minute Friday, and the prompt for this week is the word lack. Technically we are supposed to write for five minutes without editing. But I usually end up editing a little bit. Then I look for photos or find the scriptures […]
The Five Minute Friday word for this week is offer. The world is filled with offers today. There are products for everything you can think of. They all promise to make you the best you can be if you just spend the money. You are […]
Place is the Five Minute Friday prompt for this week. This week I learned more about surrender and waiting, trusting that God’s purposes would be fulfilled. In the surrender and waiting, God reminded me that I belong to Him. [bctt tweet=”Everybody needs a […]
The prompt word for #FiveMinuteFriday and Day 14 of #write28days is confident. When I was very young I was pretty confident. Then, in my growing up years my confidence seemed to wane a bit. Throughout my adult life it has also been up and down. […]
TIME TO BE STILL How many of us are so busy we can’t seem to find time to be still? Does that describe your life? I know sometimes I go from one thing to another without finding time to stop. I suspect many […]
Lately I have had a hard time finding a balance between busyness and time to be still. I used to have a good routine. How do I recover it?
ROOTED DEEP IN GOD’S LOVE When I saw that the #FiveMinuteFriday prompt was the word deep, a couple of old hymns came to mind. The first was Deeper and Deeper, by Oswald J. Smith, the second was Oh, the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus, by […]
I recently finished a poem about burdens that we face. Sometimes we think no one will understand our burdens, but we all face similar things.