Tag Archive: forgiveness

Here’s My Heart, Lord

My prayer today… Come Thou fount of every blessing Tune my heart to sing Thy grace Streams of mercy never ceasing Call for songs of loudest praise Teach me some melodious sonnet Sung… Continue reading

The Help

I mentioned that I did not read as much last year as I usually do. However, I did read several books (probably about 6 or 8, instead of my normal 15-20). One of… Continue reading

What If…

…Jesus Meant All That Stuff? by Shane Claiborne Today’s entry is an article I found in Esquire Magazine. It’s from November 2009, but it so resonated with me. I hear so many Christians… Continue reading

Two Wolves

Two Wolves – A Cherokee Tale A Cherokee is telling his grandson about a fight that is going on inside himself. He said it is between 2 wolves.   One is evil: Anger,… Continue reading

Clean

Clean house. Clean sheets. Clean dog. Clean slate. Here’s to starting this week–and this year–on the right foot. And here’s to being confident in the awesome fact that His mercies are new every… Continue reading

Miracle

What a Miracle! Christ came to earth to save us from our sin, to save us from the grave! Thank you Father, for Your provision of love, grace, and salvation! Heaven loud with… Continue reading

The Family Stone

Last week I posted an entry about my favorite Christmas movies. The Family Stone made that list, and since then I’ve been doing quite a bit of thinking about why it did. I’ve… Continue reading

Hermit Tendencies

In the last 5 days, we’ve had snow and/or ice for 3 of them. Can we say, “hello, winter!”? I love winter. I love the cold weather and being able to bundle up… Continue reading

Thankful, 11/22

In an effort to cultivate a more thankful heart, I’m posting that for which I am thankful throughout the month… * God’s provision of salvation, and all that that brings: forgiveness, grace, mercy,… Continue reading

The Friend Who Got Away

I started reading a book by this title about four years ago. I never got through it. Then I picked it up again a little over a year ago. I still couldn’t finish… Continue reading