Morning Guidance

This morning I woke with praise for the Almighty on my lips.  Yes, my head was pounding and my thoughts blurred by sleep.  During the early morning hours, I woke a few times before I got up.  Each time I thanked God for the day, his graces, or for being my God before fading back to sleep. 

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Unconditional?

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Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

I have been avoiding this post for about two weeks.  This is something I did not want to believe; yet the Lord in His infinite patience taught me I must let go of a false belief.  I don’t want to think my grandmother could have been off track, but… maybe? Continue reading “Unconditional?”

Change in the Air

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Photo by David Beale on Unsplash

Life shifts and we change.  There is something new in the air.  We question and redefine our priorities.  This is part of being alive!  We call the big changes transformations or conversions.  What about small changes?  The little steps we take towards God. What about those?  Does that change us? Continue reading “Change in the Air”

Sensory Overload

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Photo by James L.W on Unsplash

On Monday, after a three-day weekend, I was close to being late for signing into my virtual desktop and starting the workday.  I dashed into the kitchen for coffee.  That first sip of coffee went down smoothly. I paused and noticed the calendar on the fridge read June.  I started to flip it to July and saw June’s verse: “For we walk by faith, not by sight.” 2 Corinthians 5:7. Continue reading “Sensory Overload”

Out of Step

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(Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash)

Yesterday morning, I woke in a good mood.  My post was ready to go.  I looked forward to a wonderful day.  It just needed the audio clip and a few tweaks.  I signed onto my work desktop and opened my email.  The email’s subject line put me on notice.  Trouble was brewing.  Uh oh… Do I open it or ignore it? Continue reading “Out of Step”