…the parched land shall become a pool, and the thirsty lands springs of water…(Isaiah 35:7)

Of oil, islands, and pilots

My car is burning through oil faster than five foolish virgins. 3 people like this post. Like Unlike

Graduation

I’m thinking quite a bit about graduations this week. My niece just graduated from High School on Wednesday. Hard to believe the baby I held in my arms ┬ábefore I left for my mission is going to be a freshman in college studying nursing. I guess it’s pretty obvious I’m proud of my niece. Her […]

O Sweet the Joy this Sentence Gives…

…I know that my redeemer lives. It’s always been a favorite hymn of mind and last night or early this morning as I reflected on the text it seemed an answer to prayer. 4 people like this post. Like Unlike

Look to God and Live

Sometimes I am a slow learner. Sometimes? Maybe actually quite a lot of the time. There are times when I’m so sure of what the answer will be and know that it’s going to be really complicated to get to the correct end result. This week I had such an experience. And you know what? […]

And hope renewed

I wrote this about an event happened a few months ago. But as I think about it, the ideas of persevering and enduring to the end as well as finding hope are still relevant. We live in a world where we have to work hard and sweat and toil, and sometimes it seems the fruit […]

Time Marches On

I’m feeling my age and more this week. This last year has been a year of medical revelations. I’ve been diagnosed with gout, diabetes, and now, degenerative joint disease. The latter I’m feeling deeply. Be the first to like. Like Unlike

Thoughts of the Soul

by Tom Hampton (Used by permission) In my life, there are times of sadness and times of joy. In my life, there are friends abound and loneliness. In my life, there is great light and darkness. In my life, there are two people and then they are one. My soul reaches for home in the […]