On Our Way to Glory – Crumbs

(Note: If this is your first visit to my blog, you might want to check out the life lessons presented in the previous post, On Our Way to Glory-Things to Do.) “Once we determine in our souls that God’s glory is our goal, we then stop taking the path of least resistance and start taking … Continue reading

On Our Way to Glory – Things to Do

Good News! As believers, you and I are on our way to glory. The path we’re on right now may not seem like a glory path. But it is. That’s what believing is all about. Choosing to believe the truth of God’s Word, regardless of what life throws at us. “God, for whom and through … Continue reading

The Difference between a Genleman and a Bully – Crumbs

       “A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.” George Bernard Shaw                  “Definition of stupid: Knowing the truth; seeing the truth, but still believing lies.” Carissa Aydaa   “When God sent His only Son Jesus to bear your sin and mine, He put a price tag on us! … Continue reading

The Difference between a Gentleman and a Bully

(If you missed last week’s post, see Silencing the Voice in our Heads and Listening to the Voice in our Hearts.)  I’ve been thinking this week how that insidious voice never really goes completely away. With God’s help, we can deal with it and squash it for the moment. But, apparently the pesky thing lives … Continue reading

Silencing the Voice in our Heads. . . Crumbs

“There’s someone in my head, but it’s not me.” Pink Floyd   “We all have voices in our heads which talk to us on an almost constant basis. Our voices give us messages continually, and what they say to us affects us.” Juliene Berk “God’s Love is love in its highest form. It is not … Continue reading

Silencing the Voice in our Heads and Listening to the Voice in our Hearts

When I was a young child, my mother took me to the doctor. After observing me during the visit he said, “She can’t hear you. Can’t you tell she’s reading your lips?” As it turned out, my deafness was caused by enlarged tonsils and adenoids and surgery solved the problem. Over Christmas, our oldest daughter … Continue reading

Living the Supernaturally Natural Life in 2014

How is it possible? Another 365 days gone, never to be redeemed. As I look back on 2013, I wonder if I accomplished any of the resolutions I would have made if I’d known what I know now. Webster describes a “resolution as a firm decision.” Years ago, I made a firm decision not to … Continue reading