The Apostle Paul says in Philippians 1:3:Whenever you cross my mind, I thank my God for you and for the gift of knowing you. (The Voice) My sophomore year of high school we moved to Virginia. I knew that in order to make friends and enjoy my high school days, I needed to overcome myContinue reading “The Gift of Knowing You: Friendship”
I decided to share a paragraph from short stories, novels, whatever I may be working on. This will give me an idea of whether I am on the right track or not.
“I wait for the Lord, my whole being waits, and in his word I put my hope.” Psalm 130:5 Advent is a season filled with eager anticipation, hope and glorious expectation. It’s a time to celebrate the arrival of our Lord. We live on the other side of His birth, knowing the story ofContinue reading “First Sunday of Advent: ANTICIPATION”
Agape. This is a Greek word usually associated with God’s love for man. This word describes charity, unconditional love at its fullest, a love which offers sacrificing for the good of another person, a full and pure form of love. Yes, it certainly defines God’s love for us as His children, but for the purposeContinue reading “AGAPE – A Lesson from Ruth”
For the past four days I have woken up with Matthew West’s song, “The God Who Stays” in my head. I had only heard the song a couple times before it proceeded to invade my waking space. The song is beautiful, strong, and speaks volumes of the love of God. However, these lyrics: You’re theContinue reading “Wide Open Arms”
Today I received news of my last biopsy for the year. It was negative. I was so overjoyed by this news that it was hard to hold back the tears. Since 2011, with my first diagnosis of Melanoma, I have had countless biopsies, surgeries, and freezes. So why did this last biopsy result bring moreContinue reading “SCARS”