Book Signing

Book Signing
My book signing in November 2010

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

God's love, all that matters

The Lord
seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart. (1 Samuel 16:7)

Be like a child with but one desire and that is to be loved to win love, and to do all that it can to be loved. God looks to the desires of your heart and not to the outward body. All He sees is your desire to love and be loved. He sees your efforts in His name, He sees you doing His will. Do not be discouraged by the judgements of humans, for they are not God. God sees your efforts for their true value in love. Strive for God's love not man's, that is all that matters.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Joyfully anticipate His deliverance

The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptation. (2 Peter 2:9)

The Lord will deliver you. Do not be sad, do not walk around depressed. Celebrate, sing joyfully, enjoy the beauty He created. Do not be quietly resigned to His blessings, but anticipate with joyful acceptance.

Love and laugh, express your joy. God loves you and will deliver you into His glory.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Review: What's in the Bible: by Phil Vischer

Official Stop On The What's In The Bible Blog Tour
Phil Vischer presents What's in the Bible

Phil Vischer has done it again with his creation of What's in the Bible. With a cast of diverse characters, including a pirate, scientist and Sunday School teacher, along with ever knowledgeable Buck Denver, newsman and many others they take you on a journey through the Bible. The adventure begins information about what exactly the Bible is along with who wrote it and who decided what books should be in it and why and then the group begins exploration of each of the individual books starting in the beginning with Genesis.

For an adult watching this on my own, the DVD seemed a little corny and childish. My eight year old daughter saw me watching the video and decided to watch it with me. With her watching the video seemed to take on a new life. Watching it with a child opened my jaded eyes to the innocent understanding of a child. She loved the video and could relate to the characters and information presented.

When you watch the video with a child and I strongly recommend it, you will see the Bible in a whole new light and maybe even learn something. These videos are thouroughly enjoyable and a good learning tool. I give this video a five star rating and recommend it be used to initiate study of the Bible with children and adults alike.

My eight year old also recommends this for children. She enjoyed the characters and could relate to them as well as the message. It was easily understandable and she wants me to buy the rest of the series.

The 30th (thirtieth)  follower to my blog will recieve a certificate for a free copy of  In the Beginning the first DVD in the series.
The 50th (fiftieth) follower will recieve a certificate for a free copy of Let My People Go  the second DVD in the series. and

Seek the Lord

Ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart. (Jeremiah 29:13)

Are you experiencing struggles, hard times? Seek the Lord, love Him, celebrate wtih Him. No fears can haunt you, no trial tire you. Move boldly through the struggles with God at your side.

 Seek and embrace the Spirit with all your heart. God needs you more than you need Him. Live in the world, but apart from it with God. Do the work of God while leaning on Him to guide your trials.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Trust in Christ

Sorry for the lateness. It's been one of those days when I can't seem to get anything in order.

I can do all things thorugh Christ which strengthens me. (Phillippians 4:13)

As you may have read in some of my previous posts, I have been having a rough week and this morning was proving to be a continuation of that. Finally in frustration and depression I threw up my hands in prayer. I asked God for some guidance, not that I hadn't done it throughout the week, but I never really stopped to listen for a reply.
I recently with doctor recommendation changed the dosage on my anti-anxiety drugs. The doctor and I agreed that my emotions were being too blocked by the medication, to the point where I almost felt nothing. This morning I was ready to up the dosage, to give up on feeling things, because maybe now I was feeling too much. Instead of running up the stairs and finding the medicine bottle, I prayed and a couple of interesting things happen or were in the process of happening.
One thing that had been getting me down was the decision about what to do with my new completely novel, should I go the traditional publishing route or should I go pod? My husband has not offered a whole lot of support or advice  during this process, because he is very involved in his own life issues.  I didn't know where to turn or how to decide and the pod publisher was calling this morning and wanting some kind of decison. Pray.
My daughter comes in my office, she is concerned and tells her father that I won't come out of the office because of him. He comes to my office and inquires as to what is wrong. Finally, he is listening to me. I explain all the things going on in my head and I think he actually hears me.
After some discussion, I make a decision and call the publisher, but still continue to explore agents and traditional publishers. I feel some relief now and God answered three prayers.
1. Help me make a decision
2. Let my husband hear me.
3. Continue with my medicine reduction.
All it took was a prayer and listening for the answer. When I trust in Christ I can do all things.


Bible review, publishing talk, writing craziness

Friday, March 26, 2010

Cakes Bruises and Headaches

Mommy's Idea

Cakes, Bruises and Headaches,

I am having trouble pulling together my devotion for today so I will vent a little and see if I can clear my head.
My first funny vent, not reallly a vent, just a funny story. My 8/9 year old daughter is at an age where she wants to be more independant and do things on her own, but isn't quite at the stage where she can be totally unsupervised. The point was really brought home when she wanted to bake a cake about a week ago. I was trying to get my morning routine done which includes a couple of hours in my office trying to write, when she asked if we could bake this cake. I told her to wait until a particular time, then I would come out and we would do it together. Well either I took too long or she didn't want to wait, I don't exactly remember, but I heard noises in the kitchen that sounded like the beginnings of baking. I yelled out and asked what she was doing.
"Nothing mamma." Was the response.
"You'd better not be, I'll be out in a few minutes wait."
Silence for a few minutes, I sigh and get back to writing. The kitchen noises start again.
"What are you doing?"
"Nothing Mamma.""
"You better not be. I'll be out in a few minutes."
The noises don't stop.
"What are you doing?"
I'm getting concerned but don't leave what I am doing. After a few minutes daughter comes into my office, there is chocolate around her mouth. "Mamma, we don't have a big enough bowl to mix the cake in."
Puzzling, I have baked many cakes over the years, especially 9 x 13's and never lacked for a big enough bowl. I keep on typing for a minute.
"What do you mean the bowl isn't big enough?"
"We need a bigger bowl."
Maybe I should take a break and look into this.
I walk out to my kitchen, and sitting on the counter one of the biggest glass bowls I have filled to overflowing with chocolate water. Chocolate cake mix is dotting the counter and the floor.
"How much water did you use?"
"Two measuring cups like it shows on the box."
I pick up the box on the counter. Here I must really compliment the cake mix manufacturerer or at least the people who make their boxes. They do a very good job of giving directions for mixing a cake. They have a picture of water, oil and eggs. There are pictures of measuring cups and spoons under each ingredient and written beside each picture is the amount of the ingredient you are supposed use.
My daughter had looked at the pictures but not read the measurements. So she took a four cup measure and filled it up twice for the water. Of course 8 cups or even six cups will not fit in my large bowl especially once you add the mix and other ingredients, including her secret ingredient, a cube of unsweetened chocolate.
I couldn't get mad, because she had really tried to do it on her own. So we just cleaned up the mess and discussed what we learned from this. Then I measured the ingredients for brownies and we baked them.

Lessons learned:

Always read the whole box.
Don't delay in responding to a child wanting to bake a cake with you.

One other vent that led to a not so good week:

We were having a nice afternoon in the park taking pictures of the ducks and playing on the play set with our daughter. My husband and I decided we wanted to run a few errands while we were out, so we ran up to the lumber store and were going to hit the grocery store  for some groceries for dinner. Walking into the lumber store I wasn't paying close attention to where I was walking and caught my foot on the half inch curb seperating the handicapp ramp from the parking lot. Down I go almost flat on my face, there I am splayed out all over the sidewalk. Daughter rushes over, "Mamma are you okay?" Loving husband "I guess that's why they put yellow paint there." My question is, "Why can't I fall somewhere where no one can see me, especially my husband, who has now decided I am klutzy?"
Anyway, I have two banged up knees, one elbow and my right hand. Since I am right handed this presents some difficulty when it comes to doing things like writing. I have trouble sleeping at night because I sleep on my side and stomach, but my knees hurt too much for that. And I think I stirred up something inside of me because the next day a cold starts. I manage to struggle through the week with the cold and the bruises until Thursday, then out of the blue a migraine and its a bad one. I can't read, watch tv, write or anything. I try to watch New MOon with my daughter, but can't. I end up in bed at 8:30. My daughter turns off the movie  and comes into my room to read so she can watch me. She ends up sleeping on the floor.
So that's where I am today and why you probably won't see a devotion from me until tonight or tomorrow.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

He is an awesome God

My soul melteth for heaviness: strengthen thou me according unto thy word. (Psalm 119:28)

I feel discouraged today, not sure why. It seems as if all I do is getting me nowhere. I keep changing paths to find satisfaction and yet none is to be found. I stay on the same path looking for results and see none. I feel overwhelmed and yet don't know which way to turn, what to do, which project to focus on.

Focus on God, let Him be my strength. Move forward and know He is with me. Let the world and my paths unfold in His time according to His will. Don't put earthly restrictions on it, but persist in working for God and my dreams will unfold beyond my wildest imaginings. God, you are an awesome God.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

God will take care of the future.

Grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. (2 Peter 3:18)

Are you always looking to the future, trying to figure out what's going to happen tomorrow or next week?  God didn't intend for us to always be looking to the future. Instead He wants us to live in the present and gain intimate knowledge of Him and learn the things that will be the foundation of your faith.
When we focus on the future we miss out on the lessons He is trying to teach. We sacrifice our growing faith and our knowledge of God in this fruitless pursuit.
Sacrifice the pursuit of the future for a current knowledge of God. He will take care of the future.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Answered Prayers

He ruleth by his power for ever. (Psalm 66:7)

This week I wrote a blog post about answered prayers and then this Bible verse popped up. Hmm I'm thinking another answered prayer. I'm not sure what prayer is being answered, but obviously this is a topic God wants me to explore further.
God is at our side always, waiting and willing to answer our prayers. Always pray and you will be heard. The power is God's, remind yourself constantly, remember His power, His compassion, His patience and pray. Give your power to God  and join Him in victory.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Favorite things about Spring

1. Favorite things about Spring:

New life and the Resurrection

2. What I'm doing for Spring Break:

We are going to Las Vegas

3. Favorite Spring flower:


4. Do you have a garden?


5. If so, what do you grow.

flowers, tomatoes, zuchinni

6. Do you do Spring cleaning?


7. What is your weather *really* like right now? {Just b/c it's "officially" spring, doesn't mean that it feels like it for some of you}

the temps are in the 50's and partly sunny or partly rainy, but then again it's been pretty much like that all winter

8. Snapped any weather related photos lately? Share one with us!

already put a bunch on my blog

9. What's your favorite thing to do on a sunny afternoon?

go to the park and take pictures or sit on my deck with a good book or my laptop

10. Favorite TV show right now?

hmm hard call, hubby and I religiously watch 24 and NCIS (the old one not the new one) daughter and I always watch Ghost Whisperer


Love and be Loved

Henceforth I call you not servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth: but I have called you friends. (John 15:15)

Nothing is too difficult for Jesus. No desire to great or small cannot be supplied.  He loves us.
Through His love we have a need to carry on His work. His work and our needs, all fashioned in love for those that need them. Love and be loved.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Answered Prayers

About ten years ago, I had a job that I content with. You will notice I didn't say happhy or unhappy, just content, like going with the flow. There were things about the job that didn't jive with the way I felt about life, but it was a job and I was in the field that I had gotten my degree in. I had a nice family and home, my kids were almost grown, life was good or so I  led myself to believe.
Then the rug got pulled out from under me. I got laid off. Now what, I tried the mortgage industry, thank goodness I don't like math and cold calling, that didn't work out. Then a couple of things happened, we got a foreign exchange student, our middle son went away to college and I was pregnant.
All through this time of change, I had been praying for God to show me the door He wanted me to go through, but I wasn't really listening for His answer, just still kind of going along with the flow.
So the year passed, I had a baby girl, the exchange student turned out to be wonderful and our son came home for summer break. Things once again seemed to be going smoothly, but I wasn't content. Something seemed to be missing.
I had had a taste of something more, however bitter that may have been, and felt that I needed something more. I took one of those writing tests you see in all the parenting magazines. I passed and they thought I would be a good candidate for the course. So I signed up and took the writing course at ICL. I was happy, I loved writing, I could be home, caring for my infant along with my teenage daughter still at home. I was content and happy, not ecstatic, but happy. All along I'm praying for God to keep opening doors and He is, just not the ones I expect.
After I finish the course, I try to write and submit to childrens publications. I am writing articles and fictional stories for kids. They are being rejected. Finally two are accepted, they are not for children, but about children and parents. Maybe I'm looking the wrong way, I pray for guidance, God points me to Young Adult and Adult, inspirational for women. I had been on the right road just not facing the right direction. I write more inspirational and focus on ya fiction. I have e-zines publishing my writing and am writing a ya novel. Now I am really happy and content. I'm not making much if any money, but I'm writing for God and that is what's important. Other things have happened in the years to bring my family to the point we are at today.Maybe we haven't taken the obvious or easiest path and we haven't gotten the rewards that the secular world feels are so important. However, God has answered our prayers and in return we have answered His call. We are finally following God's lead and I sense with Him big things will happen in His time.
MckLinky Blog Hop

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Work for God

I delight to do thy will, O my God. (Psalm 40:8)

Who do you work for? Do you struggle to please the world, are your deeds focused on secular and self? Do you feel like you are getting nowhere, spinning your wheels and making no progress?

Maybe you need a new employer, a new direction for your energies. Maybe you need to dedicate yourself and all that you do to God. Work only for Him, focus only on Him. Only then will your wheels get you somewhere, will you make progress and you will recieve all the help and love you need.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Spring makes an appearance

Mommy's Idea

So yesterday for Thursday's post I wrote about winter and missing my grandkids and the snow on the east coast (well not really the snow) Today I figured I'd tackle spring. My daughter had a half day of school yesterday so after I picked her up we stopped at a nearby park to take some photos of the new season. Now here in Washington we have been having springlike weather pretty much all winter, but that didn't come with all the wonderful things that signal the start of spring that is until this last week. Then with all the new growth sprouting up we have had a frost first thing in the morning for the last three days. Scary with all those new buds out there. Anyway in spite of the frost the days have warmed up and we have had plenty of sunshine and a wonderful opportunity to take some photos and watch the ducks and geese play on the creek. And of course we know what happens when they play in the creek.

Have courage

Some trust in chariots, and some in horses: but we will remember the name of the Lord our God. (Psalm 20:7)

Pharoah trusted in everything but Israel's God and look where it got him, the bottom of the Red Sea with all his chariots and horses. All through the Bible we see people who didn't trust God including the Isrealites and they failed and where failed time and again.

I wonder what would have happened if they had just trusted God, if we trusted God?  God is there for us. He is the God of power and yet a God of love. He knows our human side and yet is completely divine. Trust God He will not fail you. Have courage.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Size doesn't matter.

Call unto me, and I  will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not. (Jeremiah 33:3)

We are heading into the fourth month of the year and most of those resolutions we made in January, have long been forgotten. I know mine have. I wonder if we had prayed to God about our resolutions if we would have made them and would we still be working on them. When we call on God and put our full trust in Him, He will answer. Oh He may have trials for us to face and lessons to learn, but with simple trust and persistant prayer we recieve the treasures of heaven. Size doesn't matter, no desire or dream is too big or small. God answers all.

Memories of Winter


We went home to Pennsylvania for a visit a Christmas time. The first few days were nice and the snow minimal so the girls got to do a little sled riding, but then we got several inches of snow (the wet heavy stuff good for building snowmen.) The girls were thrilled and bundled up to play in the snow. My granddaughter Andi had already had snow playing experiences, living in PA, but my youngest daughter Ana was totally thrilled since we get little snow in WA. So anyway out they go to build snowmen and forts. Andi's snowman consisted of one big snow ball. She just kept rolling it around the yard and it got bigger and bigger but she kept on going. All of us warm inside the house adults had great fun watching her struggle with this ever growing snowball and her determination. Ana on the other hand was building a fort and had a few small snowballs lined up in the yard. We finally convinced Ana to help Andi with the snowman and they ended up with a pretty cool one ball snowman.
You may wonder why on the verge of spring I am recalling this memory. The first thing that comes to mind is the frost on my yard this morning. Ana looked out our WA window and yelled snow as we drove to school she realized it was frost and was disappointed. She really wants snow and to move back to PA so she can have it. It's hard telling her that it's not going to happen any time soon, but I'm thinking next winter maybe we will have to take some trips to the nearby ski resorts so she can play in the snow.
Now onto spring, enough missing my family back in PA. (Just so you understand, I don't miss the snow. Just my kids.)

Cheaper Than Therapy

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A day to rest

There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. For he that is entered into his rest, he also hath ceased from his own works as God did from his. (Hebrews 4:9-10)

Rest something most of us put on the bottom of our list of things to do, for a time when that list is empty. However, Jesus rested, He went off on His own away from the people, he prayed and rested. God rested, after six days of the hard work of creating the world then He took a day off and rested, enjoyed the glory of His creation. Follow His example, take a day to rest, to be silent, to listen and share with God. He's waiting for you.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

God doesn't need an interpreter

In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. (Isaiah 30:15)

Do you ever feel the need to explain God's words to someone else or even try to figure them out for yourself and do your attempts fall short or even confuse the situation all the more? Maybe it is not meant for us to try and explain things. Maybe instead we should just make God present in our lives and leave the explaining up to Him. He will explain to each of our hearts the message He wants us to hear. He can do is own work, don't stand in God's way. Lead but don't stick around to explain, God doesn't need an interpreter.

Tackle it Tuesday: The bonus room

My goal for the end of this week and the end of next week is to clean up the playroom/craft room/exercise room otherwise known as the bonus room which at this time contains no bonuses. My 8 year old daughter has two 3 1/2 day weekends in a row and wants to have a sleep over at the end of April for her birthday and wants me to sew a dress for her and finish sewing a blanket, so we really need to get the room put together. We have lived here two years and that is the one room that has escaped our attentions. Goal then is to have it cleaned up and organized by the end of March so it can be used for all of its intended purposes.

Tackle It Tuesday Meme

Monday, March 15, 2010

Let Him bear the burdens

The peace of God which passeth all understanding shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:7)

Are you facing a heavy load today, this week, this month, this year? Why do you continue to carry the load when someone has offered to take it off your shoulders?

Jesus will take on your burdens when you willingly die to self and place your burdens at the foot of His cross. God didn't intend for us to bear our burdens on our own, but to rely on Him. Embrace the joy and progress that occurs when we admit we cannot do it on our own.Stop preventing God's love from filling your life.

Friday, March 12, 2010

The Map David Murrow

The Map by David Murrow

Why are Christian men worldwide leaving or becoming dissatisfied with the Church? David Murrow explores this phenomena from and interesting and very Biblical perspective. Is there a way to stop this exodus?

The first part of this book is a fictional adventure, that leads you on an exciting adventure similar to Dan Brown. The adventure of the author pulls you in, so you are right along with him every step of the way as he looks for the map that is the solution to stopping the exodus of men from the Church.

Once the author finishes his fictional journey by returning to his home in Alaska he then sinks his teeth into the map and all the points along the journey. At first I was dissapointed with the switch and the little bit of deception, but as I began to read his research and the Biblical principles through which he makes his connection, my disapointment evaporated as I was pulled into his theories. His evidence and results are sound and did not stray from what I knew of the Bible, but instead shed a little different light on it. I'm a strong proponent of looking at things from different perspectives and David Murrow masterfully guides me on that journey.

The only disappointment in the whole book was that there was not a similar map for women and Mr. Murrow could not tell us if the map would even work for women. Since I am a woman I would have liked to have a similar map for my spiritual journey. Definately a book I would recommend for all men and the women who care for them.

I review for BookSneeze

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Embrace the Simplicity

Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.(Matthew 6:33)

Is your life full of complications, doesn't give you time to spend with God. Put aside the worldly complications, embrace the simplicity of God's creation. Reject world standards, for only God's standards will matter in the end

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Made in God's Image

The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. (Psalm 19:1)

You are God's child, made in His image. On days you feel down on yourself, beat down by the world remember this. He made you and to Him you are beautiful. He doesn't care what the world sees or thinks only that you are beautiful in His eyes. Turn to God.

Today as I write this, it is with a heavy heart and I offer it up as a prayer and a reminder for my duaghter, who suffers from depression and is in a bad place right now. Would you all add your prayers to mine that she will find her way out of this dark pit by turning to God and not relying on the world or even her parents. God loves her loves us all. We are made in His image after all.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full. ((John 15:11)

Embrace your joy in Christ. Find the good in everyone and share your joy. Joy in Christ transcends the centuries and spreads to all. It was there in the past, it is here now and will be there in the future. His joy is eternal. Find the joy in Christ and share it.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

christian-with-a-view: FAITH ONLY ?

christian-with-a-view: FAITH ONLY ?

No one is small in God's eyes

They had a few small fishes: and he blessed...They took up of the broken meat that was left seven baskets. And they that had eaten were about four thousand. (Mark 8:7-9)

Are you feeling small today, like no one cares and your life has no value? Turn to God. With Him nothing is small, all things have value and none is lesser than another. Your life is worthwhile and valuable to God, let Him be the one you turn to always instead of a world that puts little value on you. God loves you, love him.

Monday, March 8, 2010

The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land. (Song of Solomon 2:12)

How many times have you wished you could go to heaven right now and forget the travails of earth? When the snow falls one more time do you wish that it could be spring forever? But don't I have to die to get all of that? NO! The only dying is to yourself and embracing the death and resurrection of Christ. Then with Christ you can have heaven on earth and eternal spring. You can share in the joy that His resurrection brings.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Six Word Saturday

Jesus, cookies, quilts, trees, girls-night, dragons

Prepare for God's Seed

Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit saith the Lord of hosts. (Zechariah 4:6)

My husband and I are involved in a theater group. The theater group is a ministry of our Church. Unlike many other theater groups our mission statement involves God and the promoting of His message. That can be a daunting task if we don't keep God in front of us at all times. When we work with God the love overflows in our hearts and spreads to the surrounding community. We prepare the ground for God's seed as He tells us and we see the fruits of our labor with each successful show. We are God's messengers and in love we spread His message through our ministry. God is with us.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Fight the Fear

God hath not given the spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7)

Today I am afraid, I feel Satan knocking at the door, trying to lead me astray. Jesus is by my side feeding me His strength, reassuring me and bidding me not to follow the evil one. He reminds me of the curse that evil is. "Do not fear, I am here." Fight the fear and He will help you overcome it.

Half-Past Kissin' Time

href="" longdesc="" target="_blank">

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Angels Muse: God is all you need

Angels Muse: God is all you need

Angels Muse: God is all you need

Angels Muse: God is all you need

God is all you need

If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me. (Luke 9:23)

Draw near to God, He will heal your ills. Be loving and caring to all, even those with different ideas than yours, for it is not your place to judge them, lest you condemn yourself. Sacrifice self, study the life of Jesus, let God in, worship Him. God is all you need.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Make me perfect in You

We all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord. (2 Corinthians 3:18)

Dear Lord Jesus: Remake me in Your image. Show me my unlikeness so I may strive to turn it into likeness. Assure that my failures serve to bring me closer to You. Let my weaknesses evolve into perfect strength in You.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Some stuff to read

The newest issue of Extreme Woman is up. The theme for the issue is Luke 14:27 about bearing our crosses There are a bunch of great articles including mine Choose the Cross: Reward is God. The link is

You might also be interested in checking out my blogs at and

Give God a Call

God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth. (John 4:24)

You can talk to God, directly to God. You don't need a psychic or some other form of go between. The words He gives us are spirit and life. When we talk to Him we recieve the full measure of His Spirit, His life in us. He is waiting to talk to us. Give Him a call.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Angels Muse: Love the King and Savior

Angels Muse: Love the King and Savior

Love the King and Savior

The righteous cry, and the Lord heareth. (Psalm 34:17)

Jesus our King and Savior, lofty titles that seem unreachable. However God doesn't want to be unreachable. He wants us to come to Him, to ask of Him. He wants you to follow Him in love and joy. If we obey and ask He will answer. Our burdens will become His burdens and our triumphs His triumphs. Obey Him, for He is a loving Father.