A tiny bird out the back window reminded me this morning of the Father’s care. I love birds, and felt so bad for that brave little guy. His tiny feet resting lightly on the snow’s surface. Pecking at the plants under the roof eaves. The only things not buried by snow. Continue reading “God’s Care: A Lesson from the Birds”
It’s in the midst of thorns that we find the roses.
In thinking about my broken ankle last year, (which is often because it never healed right), a beautiful memory also came to mind. And along with it, the reminder that even bad experiences can bring good. And sometimes even bring the most special of blessings. Continue reading “The Benefits of Community”
A few summers ago I participated in Plastic Free July, designed to help us cut back on single-use plastic and plastic packaging. And though it may seem odd, it’s helped me understand Psalm 23! “So,” you’re wondering, “what does plastic have to do with this Psalm?” (And no, I’ve not gone round the bend!) Continue reading “The Dilemma Bag for Life’s Problems”
“She brought it out just so we could see it!” my little grandson cried, before promptly bursting into tears. At first I thought, “How cute!” But I think he was right! Continue reading “God’s Love In a Kitten”
I found this video encouraging. But it sadly shows what low self-esteem most of us have, women in particular. With the over-emphasis society places on physical appearance, we often concentrate on it too much. And feel we never measure up. But how about you? Don’t you know you’re beautiful? Continue reading “Don’t You Know You’re Beautiful? [Video]”