“My God is still in control And still He reigns on His throne Though mountains may tremble and sea billows roll I’ll sing it is well with my soul My God is still in control” The above words from Mack Brock’s song “Still in Control” speaks to the season of the past two years. For … More always, it is well with my soul.
Here’s what I want to talk about today. It’s one word that holds a lot of weight. And, that word is this: Expectation. If you’ve followed my blog long enough, you know that whenever I mention a particular subject, I love to give the dictionary definition of that word, so here it is. (n). a … More Letting go of my expectations.
It’s been a rough few months, but rather than talk about my situation and the miracle I’m praying for, I’m going to talk about the beautiful revelations that God has been speaking into my heart and life. I hope that you, too, can relate and see that even though we cannot always understand why things … More Committed to the Cost.
Warning: this is not for the faint of heart As I was walking the streets of my neighborhood, carrying my groceries (yay for L.A. street parking…but, hey, it helps me reach my daily fit bit goal for the day), I started talking to God. As I looked up at the sky and watched the cars … More Found.
The words you are about to read have been scrolling through my mind for the past several weeks like the screen credits at the end of a film. Never ending. Perhaps that is because I spend many nights alone, with nothing but a pen and a cup of tea in hand. If I had roommates, … More Not caught in the middle.
I walked up to the counter to reserve a table at the restaurant and the hostess asked, “For how many people?” I looked around, smiled and replied, “Oh, just a table for one.” She smiled back and said, “Right this way.” As an ENFP (being alone drains my energy like no other), I never intended … More Table for two.