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Category Archives: testimony
Our little Cinnamon broke her leg last week, and she did it up right. It’s broken in 4 places, can you believe it? My hubby and son spent the evening in the doggy E.R. with her, while my daughters cried … Continue reading
I could share so much this week. I have about 3 or 4 posts mulling around in my head, but with no time to write. You’ll understand when I get around to telling you. Nuts. But God in His perfect … Continue reading
This isn’t pretty to write. Sometimes the Lord makes my pen light, and sometimes he keeps my paper blank while I’m trudgin’ in the rough. And every now and then the Lord has to ask me 3 or 4 times … Continue reading
“There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility Inside the dullest exterior there is a drama, a comedy and a tragedy…” Mark Twain Do you know what power lies in your life story? Powerful power, … Continue reading
Since 2005, God has led me to a theme Scripture verse instead of a resolution to focus on for the fresh start of a new year. It excites me to go back and revisit all of them while remembering the … Continue reading
I’ve been a little here and a little there physically lately, as God led my husband and I to Europe together. It was a magnificent time of bonding for us, and I’m ever so thankful. That said, I’ve been under … Continue reading
I love to read the letters of Paul in the Bible. And most days, a Psalm of David expresses my heart to a T. But today, “Anonymous” stirred my faith in Psalm 33. “For the Word of the LORD holds … Continue reading
Dirty dishes devoured my sink. Piles of laundry stood taller and stinkier than the city landfill. The kids were acting out and I was depressed. I’d truly hit bottom, and my life reflected it-in my words, in my actions, motives…everything. … Continue reading
LauraLee shares about her years of “trying not to sin” and how she found freedom from the guilt of failing over and over.