I got a very late start to my quiet time this morning. I hate that! It makes my day ‘off’ for the rest of the day. Anybody feelin me?? The thing is...hubby is out of town, and I don’t sleep very well when he is gone. It was almost 2:30 before my mind would allow… Continue reading A.S.A.P.
I was reminded this morning that a little bit of mustard goes a long way. Just a Lil dab 'il do ya! Now, I love mustard, A LOT, and I can use quite a bit on a hot dog or a burger and never miss a beat -- it's soooo good! But have you ever… Continue reading A Little Bit of Mustard Goes A Long Way
How is your life going lately? Have you taken a look around you and noticed how the lives of others are going? So many times I get so caught up in my own schedules, my own agenda, my own wants and desires that are, what I feel, in line with God’s desire for my life.… Continue reading You Are Not Alone
During my quiet time today, I read a good word in relation to the disappointment you might face with your world leaders. It was geared towards world leaders, but it is a good word for ANY disappointment we might face in any arena of our life. The following is an adaptation from this devo with… Continue reading So We Rage
In the book 'The Circle Maker', Mark Batterson speaks of the life of a carob tree, stating that we must have a carob tree mentality when praying, praying long and praying hard. I did a bit of research on the carob tree, as I was intrigued by this. The carob tree takes years to start… Continue reading Carob Tree Mentality
My grandmother, Ms Oleta Clementine Frazier (pictured above with my granddad, Kirk Morror Frazier) loved this hymn, and it has become one of my favorites over the years for two reasons: 1) It reminds me of her, and 2) It is so true. 🎼 What a friend we have in Jesus, All our sins and… Continue reading Oh, What A Friend