Giving thanks brightens our spirits, encouraging a better attitude about self and surroundings; it can stimulate better brain function and a sense of peace; and it can reduce some of the physical symptoms of stress, including blood pressure.
Repairing your brokenness is always possible. You can feel of worth and useful again. It's a little like God's recycling plan.
"We could all do with some quick and easy down time so that we are freed to think more clearly and not react harshly or impulsively, …"
It seems that many people are easily offended these days. The more we talk about the need for tolerance, diversity, peace, and harmony, the more we seem to become intolerant, segregated, angry and unruly. I'm not suggesting we just lie down and allow people to do what they will and forget about being a civilized … Continue reading Love and … Overlooking an Offense
God is love, as we've established in a previous blog via 1 John 4.8,16. He is the essence of, the origin of, and the definition of love. Love is, more often than not, a verb (an action) that is done for the betterment of another. What we identify as love is not emotion (a noun) … Continue reading Love and…Relationship
Just as there are many words for sugar hidden on ingredient labels, there are several words and concepts for love strategically and subtly positioned within the pages of the holy bible. One of these words is MERCY. To extend mercy is to withhold the wrath that someone who has offended us actually deserves in our … Continue reading Love and…Mercy
It's nearly 2018! I am so excited about showing you how to better understand love in all different kinds of relationships, beginning next week. I think you'll be surprised at just how important real love is. Remember that love can only be a noun after it has been a verb! Until next week, blessings upon … Continue reading Love is…
What you might call "clutter," I call obstacles to truly living.