Have you ever felt worry bubbling over inside your mind? Join me in this allegory revisited to see how two women, Worry and Concern, meet God.
Jesus, as we begin another work week, may your Spirit empower us with gentleness, kindness, and good words for others. As you spoke this world into existence, so speak beauty, quiet, and caring deep into our souls.
The psalmist pleads with God. He brings his light and truth through his Word and his presence, which are the best way out of depression.
Age and even the trial of disease (soul or body) can sometimes produce the sweetest fruit in us. The autumn of our lives can be a season of grace.
I am convinced that we could make the world a better place if we would simply focus on one aspect of love. It would change our marriages and families, our offices and workplaces, our classrooms and stores, our streets and sidewalks, and perhaps even our government.