On The Receiving Side of Ravens

Living 1 Kings 17:1-7 I was present when the First Lady of our home church gave a testimony about her families finances. I was a teenager sitting in the Adult Bible Study class. This was at least 21 years ago. Their last baby was under a year old.  Her husband, the Pastor, was either in …

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Easter Sunday 2018

It is Saturday evening, Easter Eve if you will. We are getting together for dinner at our house with some friends tomorrow.  Husband said we should open up the dinner to others since it was a holiday.  I made some inquiries but no one else is able to come. As I was preparing tomorrow's meal, …

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Finding Sufficiency In Christ?

I've been taught that problem's purpose is so you can rediscover sufficiency in Christ. I just read here how Mandisa struggled with the passing of a close friend. Kelly Irvin, the blog's author, talks of her battle with cancer. I have been open about wanting a large family and not having it. Longings and desires …

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Jesus Is In The Boat!

The older I get, the more I know, that I know, that I know, ease is not synonymous with Christ is with us. Ease, or the absence of need, does not mean that God is pleased with you and you shall have no worries. Life in the Lee Compound has started making me go hmm. …

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Self-care

Self-care can not be defined or described with just one aspect as I formerly thought. I thought adequate self-care for me was to get out once or twice a month with my husband or girlfriends. I thought everyone, wifommys' in particular, should have their one thing that they did for self-care. However, the longer you …

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The Death of a Classmate = A Dose of Mortality

As I was casually scrolling through Facebook and came across a post saying how much a member of my high school class will be missed.  I reread the post confused.  Still disbelieving, I went to her page and saw a post from her family with her funeral service information. My heart broke. 'T' and I …

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