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There are times in life when healing happens somewhere within tears. Cry enough and you can find truth. Nothing like a good song and a box of Kleenex to find healing. Revelation 7:17 for the Lamb in the center of the throne will be their shepherd, and will guide them to springs of theContinue reading “Tears”
Begining and the end
Fall has arrived in Wisconsin. Thank you God for the crisp air, the harvest and the rain that nourishes the earth you created. This has been a rich week, full of your grace in all parts of my life. Thank you for Jill, Father and the healing she brings into my life. Let your willContinue reading “Begining and the end”
Where the end becomes the beginning
A Triolet…from the end to the beginning.
Last week my friend Bob, shared this song with me. It was my first time hearing it and he gifted to me before we worshiped at a concert by MercyMe. His friendship has been a priceless part of my life and this song is yet another example of the type of guy he is atContinue reading
The Oak Tree
A friend sent me this poem which spoke to my heart. Thank you Elaine Bloom. Your gift is finding the most healing words that shines brightness to help us find hope. The Oak Tree by Johnny Ray Ryder Jr. A mighty wind blew night and day. It stole the Oak Tree’s leaves away. ThenContinue reading “The Oak Tree”
Out of the darkness…A Heraldry.
This is a story of a grown man who first finds memories of his past in the middle of his life, that are filled with hurts and habits that he didn’t understand. He is repulsed by the thought of parts of his life lost to something that he had no control of as a boy.Continue reading “Out of the darkness…A Heraldry.”
Opened my eyes
The other day a young man told me a story that opened my eyes to something that spoke to my heart. He shared a story of a professor who took an interest in his work at a time when he lost his way in a confusing world. This professor spoke to him drawing him intoContinue reading “Opened my eyes”
Which is the way to go?
making it impossible recall joy. It is hard to know which way to go. Is the past the present, how does he find the way to go. The memory is faded, not sure he wants to know, is it a place he should go? He wonders what was there or even if he cares toContinue reading “Which is the way to go?”
Mindful Monday meets Twenty-Five Seven.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Twenty-Five Seven.” There is no question that when the year gets rocking, school, work, family, events, fundraising the challenges are endless. All the self-help books discuss time management and how to better prioritize tasks that need to be accomplished. BOO HA! Did you ever want to shout: “WillContinue reading “Mindful Monday meets Twenty-Five Seven.”