Last Saturday morning I took a shower, and I was like, “Oh boy. There it goes.” Lots of hair was coming out in my hands. Continue reading “Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow”
…I don’t think God spreads our faces across a board, separating His children into categories of “suffering” and “celebrating.” Instead, He just claims us as “His,” over and over again…
Read the full devotional here: http://shereadstruth.com/2016/07/14/paul-taken-to-rome/
(It’s really good.)
From Sarah Young’s Jesus Calling:
I have promised to meet all of your needs according to My glorious riches. Your deepest, most constant need is for My Peace. I have planted Peace in the garden of your heart, where I live; but there are weeds growing there too: pride, worry, selfishness, unbelief. I am the Gardener, and I am working to rid your heart of those weeds. I do My work in various ways. When you sit quietly with Me, I shine the Light of My Presence directly into your heart. In this heavenly Light, Peace grows abundantly and weeds shrivel up. I also send trials into your life. When you trust Me in the midst of trouble, Peace flourishes and weeds die away. Thank Me for troublesome situations; the Peace they can produce far outweighs the trials you endure.
Philippians 4:19 And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.
2 Corinthians 4:17 For our light and momentarily troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.
On the way back from one of my appointments this week I saw a squirrel shimmying across a telephone wire. The squirrel had a wide distance to cover. It looked precarious to me, and a bit unnatural. I would have preferred to see that squirrel in a tree.
But I knew it would make it across the wire.
You can read Part 1 here.
On Monday, June 20 I had a biopsy of THE LUMP. My reaction to the biopsy was “Thank goodness for numbing medicine.” I was also encouraged because I watched the biopsy on the ultrasound screen, and the lump seemed really movable. Based on my unscientific Internet research, tumors are more “locked in.” Continue reading “Stormy Weather: A Biopsy Story, Part 2 of 2”
A month ago, I found A LUMP. I was a little concerned, but I decided to give it a week for a couple of reasons: Continue reading “Stormy Weather: A Biopsy Story, Part 1 of 2”
This is a post for WordPress geeks and blog nerds. In a moment I’ll explain why I switched from the Penscratch theme to the Baskerville theme. But first! A little context.
I’ve recently gotten into the Two People Podcast, hosted by Blaine Lay and Chris Payne. (Even if you don’t live in Richmond, you should listen to it, because it’s so good.) Continue reading “Why I’m Using the Baskerville WordPress Theme”