A little less than a month ago, I had the opportunity to take part in a book signing event at my church. It was advertised for weeks, before I decided to participate. When I first saw the announcement, it was during my graduation from Disciple Bible Study III. (I’ll tell you more about my experience […]
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Maybe you were caught up with the romance of the whole affair and did not take the time to really get to know the other person. Maybe you had been single so long that you were afraid to be alone again, and you just wanted to make this relationship work. So, you ignored some of the warning signals (and we all get them). You let some things that really irked you slide, hoping that the person would change for the better if you just gave them some help and support.
“One who turns away from hearing the law, even his prayer is an abomination.”—Proverbs 28:9 If you are the type of person who lives any way you want and only prays when it is convenient for you, the scripture above explains why your prayers may not be answered. God sees everything you do and knows […]
A Wellspring of Thought (found at http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B019R2E2MS) is an eclectic collection of thoughts, prayers, and reflections over a period of time. It’s description is as follows: There is power in writing down your thoughts; you just never know what they may become! And If you feed your spirit with good things, your thoughts, words, and […]
people have the power and the responsibility to control what they put into their hearts so that what comes out of their mouths will be good. That is the only way to control your mouth, because what goes into your heart (your “spiritual womb”) will come out of your mouth in words that are born like a baby being expelled from its mother’s womb. Once it is time to deliver, the “baby” (i.e. your words) is going to come out. You have no control over that; it’s automatic.
Does the fear of being poor or your quest for money keep you from having a large family? Do you believe that having a large family is unwise or worse yet, a curse? If so, I beg to differ.
Hello! Welcome to my homeschooling blog! I’m so glad you stopped by! This is blog is dedicated to documenting my homeschooling journey and to encourage others who are also on the journey or are contemplating homeschooling. Just to tell you a little about me: Christian Married for 22 years Mother of 8 Homeschooling for close […]