Category Archives: Trust

Morning is Coming!

Red yellow burnt orange  Leaves rush past Full moon Cold air  Dark night Too soon it’s time to say goodbye I miss you before you’re gone I remember, I never forget Pray and weep and wait. Fragile life Sovereign God … Continue reading

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When the “what if” happens

What if my loved one gets a terminal illness? What if I’m injured at a critical moment? What if my child becomes an addict… or goes to jail? Utterly fails? What if my child tells they are gay or not … Continue reading

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Why so disturbed soul? Put your Hope in God.

“If you look at the world, you’ll be distressed. If you look within, you’ll be depressed. But if you look at Christ, you’ll be at rest.” -Corrie ten Boom These are precious words I seem to forget with a day … Continue reading

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The heart of the matter

I love finding hearts: on sidewalks, in fruit, in a stain or a rock shape! They remind me of God’s love for me or anyone looking. He’s always out for my good… if only I will take notice. Apparently God … Continue reading

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Finding the Joy-Way

I have Peace I have Joy “How is that even possible?” My youngest asked. Because I know – I can rest assured, God is out for my good today, each day, even in “this” -whatever is happening. How did I … Continue reading

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He Does Restore!

I waited so long… 7 years in-fact. Not as long as some, but it sure felt long to me. My “right hand, little brain (-before smart phones), organizing-helper” pushed away somewhere around 16 years old. It was, as they say, … Continue reading

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Be still

I took a nice long walk this morning, talking to God. Thankful for blessings, amazed over answers to prayer and frustrated that some issues continue… after years. I thought of the role of the prodigal’s father- watching, waiting. I think … Continue reading

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Free of Anger

Last blog, I wrote about discovering that I was really angry at one time… and a book that helped me change. But there were also buffers I set up for myself. Simple guides to ensure I would not go back … Continue reading

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Free of worry

For Jen: No need worry No need doubt No biting nails Or need to pout, He’s my Dad My biggest fan The One who made the sun, the sand, He holds the world He counts my hairs He’s made each … Continue reading

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Anger

I remember raising my voice at my kids when they were young. Sometimes just to gather them all together, but other times because I was so frustrated. It hurt my heart then, it hurts my heart now. I could not … Continue reading

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