Sometimes we bloggers need to re-read some of our posts. It will either reinforce us or cause us to question. In this case, I found my words to be as true today as they were then.
Let’s face it. Critical thinking is most important when it comes to problem-solving. I think I have a good example. As you know, we are considering a move in the next few years. The very first thing my husband and I did is to ask ourselves, “Why?” I […]
July fourth, around 10:00 pm I get a phone call. It’s my daughter saying my six-year-old grandson has been bitten by a dog. In the face. I mean, the dog had his whole face in his mouth. They were on their way to the ER. Thank goodness, it […]
(If you read my posts starting last week Thursday, you know my husband was taken to ER for what looked like a heart attack. Praise God it wasn’t. Don’t for sure what it was but could have been dehydration. We will be seeing his primary care physician this […]
I read this by Tony Evans recently and while it’s not profound, I like how he separates trials from the problems we create for ourselves. “Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds” (James 1:2). Notice the Bible does not say if you encounter […]