Praise the Lord Sunday – How Great is Our God!

I have found the one my soul longs for.    Song of Solomon 34 Praise the Lord, it’s Sunday!  I hope you have a wonderful day!  While you are praising God, enjoy these videos.       Advertisements

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Use Your Gifts to Change the World Wednesday – Sweet and Silent Wisdom

Have you ever been a victim of betrayal? Most of us have at one point or another. Have you ever been betrayed so many times that you don’t even think about calming down, because you aren’t surprised? That happened to me recently. I didn’t know whether to be glad that I didn’t react in anger, or concerned that I expected no less than betrayal from the people I trusted. So the question becomes, in a dog-eat-dog world, how do I live by higher Christian standards? . . .

Try Something New Tuesday – Take a Deep Breath and Remain Calm

Sometimes Tuesday can be a day of stress. It’s the beginning of the week. Bills are due but it’s several days before payday. Deadlines are looming. The children have homework, ball games, concerts and a host events to attend and you are the driver, personal assistant and coach. Housework is piling up. While it’s not Monday, . . . It’s still tough!

Forgiveness Thursday – Forgiving the Unthinkable

A sweet and very wise friend told me a few ago that all sins are equal. Sin is sin and no one sin is greater than another. I was outraged. How could murder be the same as lying about the reason you are late for work? I mean, some sins carry a great burden on the person the sinful act was toward. For example, children who have been sexually abused . . .

Use Your Gifts to Change the World Wednesday – Appreciation Revisited

We never know what is going on in someone else’s life. The cashier at the grocery store may have been beaten by her spouse before work. The lady at the bank may have lost a loved one on the very day she is helping you. Your waiter may be living in his car. The man who repairs your car may be thinking about his child, that his wife has, after walking out . . .