Icebergs, what in the world do they have to do with what’s going on in your life? My husband, Bob, had surgery and developed an infection. We were praying earnestly for his healing. As I was crying out to the Lord one night, He used the illustration of an iceberg to begin revealing what was really going on in our lives. You can only see
My Daddy was like a turtle, slow and steady. He could work any of the younger men into the ground. I can’t remember Daddy ever saying these exact words, but he truly lived by this sentiment: “Measure twice – cut once.” For those who didn’t have his patience and were in a hurry to get a job done, he would just about drive them crazy.
Get the latest Habits for a Happy Home posts: Follow my blog with Bloglovin There is a picture of a lighthouse on my computer and every time I look at it I get this feeling of peace and security all over me. Bob and I like to find lighthouses when we go to the coast. We have climbed a couple of them, although our knees
As a child, I used to love to play with a kaleidoscope. It was fascinating to watch how it changed with just one simple turn of the tube. There were so many different patterns and colors, I don’t know if any two were ever the same. If you are one of those rare individuals who has never seen one, here is the dictionary definition. Kaleidoscope:
Bet you never thought you would be compared to a funnel or a jar, did you? Well as believers we have the choice to be either one or the other. Both the funnel and the jar were created for a purpose, but it is up to us how we use them. Jars hold things; water, food, juice, nuts and bolts, medicine–I could go on and
Much of what I share today is from a study in my Women’s Study Bible. It blessed me so much, I wanted to share it with you! In Galatians chapter 5, Paul is writing about walking in the Spirit. Verse 16 tells us that when we “walk in the Spirit, we shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh.” Then in verses 19-21 he tells
“Don’t Be Like the Frog” I have told the story of the frog that boiled to death before, but in the times we are living in, I think it bears repeating. There once was a frog that fell into a container of water. Now frogs love water, so he decided to just make himself comfortable and not worry about getting out. Well, someone came along