A Really Full Life


     I love how David talked to his own soul. He speaks words of instruction and encouragement and reminders about the things that we are so prone to forget. At least I am. Until my selfishness and entitlement bubble up and seep out through the holes in my faith making a mess of everything. Then I remember what God never forgets. For He knows my frame. He remembers that we are… Read More

I Will Worship You   Without the eloquence of a David the fiery passion of an Isaiah or the intimate knowledge of a Paul In my own way I will worship You   For the world and everything in it declare divine design and infinite power An incomparable mind offering itself and all to us I will worship You   See the lowly fern as fronds unfurl and hint of majestic robes… Read More

. . .there is a man in heaven. . . Today I read this in an old yellowed copy of Man, The Dwelling Place of God, by A.W. Tozer. “The teaching of the New Testament is that now, at this very moment, there is a man in heaven appearing in the presence of God for us. He is certainly a man as was Adam or Moses or Paul. He is a man… Read More

Mountain scene and Bible verse

What do you want from God? If you could ask anything from Him, what would it be? Moses talked with God. A lot. Since the day he saw the burning bush on the back side of the desert, Moses had been meeting and talking with God. So I’m a little curious, a little intrigued that Moses wanted more. How much more could a person want than to talk with God face to… Read More

Our Fall Women’s Retreat is coming up. I was asked to write several Morning Devotions. It made me think about the WHY of devotions. Is it Bible Study? Prayer? What’s it all about? Devotions have been a part of my mornings for many years, but have I forgotten the primary purpose? Is the main thing still the main thing in my Morning Devotions? David wrote, Give ear to my words, O Lord,… Read More