“Marriage. The roots are deep. The covenant is solid. The love is sweet. Life is hard. And God is good.” -John Piper Advertisements
Wow, has it really been 2 months since my last post? I’ve got the best excuse ever…wedding planning! Here’s something to make you smile. If you have time on youtube, check out his impressions of Robin Williams in the video “Never Had a Friend Like Him.” He LITERALLY turns into Robin.
The Belgic Confession Article 13: The Doctrine of God’s Providence “We believe that this good God, after he created all things, did not abandon them to chance or fortune but leads and governs them according to his holy will, in such a way that nothing happens in this world without his orderly arrangement. Yet God … More The Mystery of God’s Complete Rule and Man’s Real Choices
It took me some time to settle on this, but here’s my scripture passage for year 2015! Two different people sent me this passage on my birthday and I just can’t stay away from it. Reading it is like drinking a tall glass of cold water; refreshing in its truth. It’s replete with God’s powerful action, … More Do you not perceive it?!!
Apologies for my bloggers’ neglect. As the title of this post suggests, there has been lots of love in my life recently- I’m engaged to my dearest love! Praise God for His sweet gifts! Ransom and I are now swiftly moving towards marriage. In honor of the excitement and joy of it all, and in preparation … More Whatever Our Souls are Made of, His and Mine are the Same
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,000 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people. Click here to … More 2014 in review
Christina Bianco brings you some Christmas cheer. She’s spot on with almost every impression. Liza Minelli might be my fave…or Idina…or Keira Knightly…ugh, don’t make me choose!
This book is rocking my world right now. Thanks to my dear friend, Marilyn, for sending it “just because:” “Poor Much-Afraid, who knew that she had been slipping and stumbling in the most dreadful way, indeed worse than at any other time, flushed painfully all over her face. She said nothing, only looked at [the … More Our Bedraggled and Muddy Condition
Mary’s Song Blue homespun and the bend of my breast keep warm this small hot naked star fallen to my arms. (Rest … you who have had so far to come.) Now nearness satisfies the body of God sweetly. Quiet he lies whose vigor hurled a universe. He sleeps whose eyelids have not closed before. … More A Poem for Advent