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.
Enduring faith comes from a sure hope, because it is not based on me or my actions, but on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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 I am remembering a friend, I think of her life that was marked by love. She will continue to inspire each of us for as long as we live.
(This is the final post in my Holy Week thoughts as we follow Jesus through the week before His crucifixion and resurrection. We see how Jesus loved to the end. Part 1 is HERE. Part 2 is HERE.) JESUS LOVED AND CONTINUED TEACHING […]
When was the last time you had a meal you really savored as you ate each bite? There were four of us tonight, but one of us chose to really savor her food.
As brothers and sisters in Christ, we all can give comfort to each other as we ourselves receive God’s comfort, reminding us of the hope we have in Him.
Even though we may be busy with our projects, we still need to be observant enough to be aware of the needs of each other. Most importantly, we need to show love rather than irritation at the interruption.