A Song to Sing....A Letter to Write....A Message I must send....
May these words, these Whispers for your Heart touch your life. May they encourage and inspire you. May they draw you into His presence and may you become still enough to hear the Still Small Voice of God speak to you. May you come to know the width and breadth and depth of the Love Of Jesus Christ for you, His Child, His Precious Child....whom He loves so very very much......
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Category Archives: Prayer
As I ponder the verbal and non verbal storms that sometimes find their way into relationships in our homes, businesses and even our churches and then acknowledge the messes they sometimes create I begin asking God to teach me what … Continue reading
Oh Father God, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Almighty Ruler of Heaven and Earth. You, Oh Lord are our Healer and our Restorer and our Redeemer and our Reformer. Reform me Father God, Cleanse my Heart Oh Lord of … Continue reading
Words…..Words are on my mind…..The Purpose of Them, The Power of Them and The Use of Them God created us with an ability to use our tongues to form sounds. From the beginning of time we have had the ability … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about taking a moment as you are out and about doing your job or your shopping or your running from this activity to another with the kids or frantically racing from one stop to the next … Continue reading
Many have asked God to move my heart to write….Many have asked me to begin to post my writings on here and I have not…..I choose today, the 22nd to obediently answer the call. It was the 22nd of the … Continue reading
As I contemplated life and the multitude of relationships that God puts in the paths of myself and those that I know and love and how we act and react as conflict arises in those relationships, I realized that most … Continue reading