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This has become one of my favorite sayings:  What is wrong with you? The story behind it is one I still laugh about:  A few years ago I was driving my 4-year-old granddaughter to my house for a visit, and we […]

I was almost to work today and had to turn the car around and hightail it home due to extreme nausea.  Fortunately, I made it back to the house before I actually lost it all (literally).  It’s a good thing, […]

Here are a few really great quotes about overcoming fear.  I need to think about these because I can surely become paralyzed when I’m afraid. The drawings included here are from my collection of original pen and ink drawings.  I […]

So I thought it might be fun to watch and listen to several videos of well known hymns.  I’m going to do a collection of  them, beginning with this one, featuring perhaps the most famous of all hymns, “Amazing Grace.” […]

I am not in the business of reviewing movies, but I just watched one that you should all see.  The name of the movie is “Lifted“ and It is a special film.  NOTE:  It is the movie “Lifted” that was released […]

I’ve been up since 4:45 th.is morning.  Just watched and listened to this video and it blessed me.  What a great way to start the day.  It reminds me of what’s important and why I am here.  God is good!

5 Christian prayers in music and poetry. I trust they will draw you closer to the Lord. The Lord’s Prayer The Prayer Poem – A Beautiful Prayer I Need Thee Every Hour You Are My God

I was looking for special songs and found this one. Watch it and listen, and then, if you feel so inclined, read my thoughts that follow: This song makes me weep for all the children who will never see the […]

All Heaven Declares Noel Richards Tricia Richards All heaven declares the glory of the risen Lord Who can compare with the beauty of the Lord? Forever He will be The Lamb apon the throne I gladly bow the knee And […]

9/11 The day remains frozen in time, forever full of tragedy and heroism. The video below is a story from that day.  It is so profound that it would make any attempt to introduce it seem trite by comparison…it’s about […]