Tag Archives: restoration

Jezebels

Have you ever met someone and thought, “If only they could use their energy and passion for something good!” It can be discouraging to watch someone consistently push and push for their perspective to become the norm, when in reality, … Continue reading

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mental health

This past Friday I took the day off from work. It was not for a doctor appointment, for a meeting with workers at the house, for the boys– it was for me. I spent the day puttering around the house– … Continue reading

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So much has been happening in my circle over this past week. My heart has been full, heavy, light, full of joy, full of sorrow, and yes, tired too. I have been praying for those who are holding fast to … Continue reading

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continuing on…

My collection of books is growing in my bag.  At present, I am reading five different books, a chapter or two in each almost daily.  It has helped me get grounded again after so much activity during the summer. I … Continue reading

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prayer

I am reminding myself what prayer means and how to pray.  I have given toss up prayers, fervent prayers, pleading prayers, and grateful prayers a lot lately.  But what I haven’t done is any kind of official prayer time in a … Continue reading

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A good day

Today I took the day off from work and spent time with my hubby. We took naps, went shopping for little things at one of our favorite stores and drove by some homes for sale to get an idea of … Continue reading

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Job: before and after

Job is the one person in the Bible who many see as the example of long-suffering. Not many seem to remember the rest of his story. In the beginning of the book Job, Satan comes to God, (Job 1:6-12) “Now … Continue reading

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