Tag Archives: grace

Sleep Snatcher

Sleep snatcher, enemy, get away from me! My Father gives faith for the day and you want me to play your futile worry game. Fearful situations are easy to conjure and you want me to forget the years my Father … Continue reading

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He Comes

I shouldn’t ever be afraid but unbelief still gives me willies. Then I can see the Shepherd coming to fetch the one that has strayed from His side. It happens so quickly, I wander off down a thought and bam, … Continue reading

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Grandmother

I know she wonders what purpose God has for her life in these years of blindness and fragility. I try to remind her of all the love that God has poured through her to bless her family and friends. When … Continue reading

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Swaggered

Oh I was rolling at the party of pity, swaggered up self with inward eyes, disrespecting the path my Creator prepared for me, rocking my emotions at a pity party, making light of all of the blessings my soul has … Continue reading

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Hard Shell

Stubborn, iron, bitter, coldness, you stand as if you rule. This moment might be given to you to abuse and batter meekness but a day will come when you are exposed. Not in a manner of exhibition, but love keeps … Continue reading

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Widow Watch

When the widow weeps, there is no right or wrong way, there is no designated time for grief to run its jagged course. There is not enough compassion to ease the pain of loss but only gentle touches to assure … Continue reading

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