Pain is the loneliest place to live in–if you don’t have the Holy Spirit by your side. He brings incomparable comfort in times of pain.
A bittersweet celebration of the independence that was fought for and won 77 years ago and a mourning for the independence that has been lost 77 years later.
A poem from the morning.
We all experience pain and suffering in our bodies, but it’s up to us to choose to get through it or drown in it.
When life takes over, it’s easy to forget that we have an ever present help in times of trouble, and in fact at all times. What a loss to forget that with the Lord, we can face anything!
Everything we do in this life is for Christ.
I wrote this to remind myself and maybe you, dear reader, to stay following Jesus. He is everything.
Joy is not the first thing that comes to mind when we think about Jesus’ crucifixion, yet joy was on his mind! What was this joy?
We lost our beautiful boy Duke to tick fever with IMHA complications. He fought bravely for almost two weeks before he became too weak to fight anymore.