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.
I believe our life is much like a door that we can either open or close to a million different things: ideas, beliefs, truths, relationships… the list is endless.
Our decision to open or close our door is always a choice. Choices, big or small, shape our today, our tomorrow and our eternity.
With my eyes on eternity, the most important decision I could ever make is to open my door and invite Jesus in.
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!
Getting to know someone requires spending time with them. A relationship unfolds as you walk, talk, listen, respect and share your time and life with someone. As you journey with them, you discover who and how they really are. It is the same with God. Start walking with Him today!
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.
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.
There is a seam of gold for every kind of trouble that we face. Simply ask Guardian-God and He will throw you one.
When do you really know that everything will be alright? Is it what you tell yourself over and over or what you simply know?