Religion may seem “dead” today, but it occurs to me that only material dogmas are really dead. The love of God, and the love that God has towards us is very much alive. This is what “real” religion, or spirituality, is all about — that precious, tender relationship between God, man and all living things.… Continue reading Why do I love God?
After reading the news story, “Culture wars: Holiday struggle over public spaces still very much alive“, I prayed to know that the spiritual significance of Christ can unite us, instead of divide us. I’ve heard that the use of the words: Christ, God, and Jesus are a turn-off for some people and make them think… Continue reading Universal message of Christ
My cat brought a small, cool-looking lizard in to the house today. Trying to catch the lizard while stopping the cat from playing with him was challenging. The lizard was fast & freaked out. And eventually ran to a dark hole underneath the dishwasher. I waited for him to come out for an hour or… Continue reading It’s all about perspective
During this political season it can be hard to keep my thoughts pure, holy and in line with God when thinking about political parties. It’s so easy to jump into partisanship, thinking one side is better than the other, or that the solutions to our problems depend on one party and candidate. But doesn’t all… Continue reading Stepping out of partisanship
Cute analogy. This is in a response to when a child asks why she has a hard time hearing God’s voice. Reblogged from Deep and Wonderful Thoughts His Voice My middle child said to me one day, “Mom, I never hear God’s voice. He talks to you, but not to me.” I then proceeded to… Continue reading Reblog: His Voice
Sounds like an interesting read! I’m so grateful for the shift in how one lives and sees their faith today. Why did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, & Mohammed cross the road? Book review… (Reblogged from JerichoBooks.com) When four religious leaders walk across the road, it’s not the beginning of a joke. It’s the start of… Continue reading Reblog: Why did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, & Mohammed cross the road? Book review…
Use what you have By Patricia Hardee (Reblogged from CSMonitor.com) In an interior design magazine, an advertisement caught my eye: “USE WHAT YOU HAVE. No big deal. Take the terror out of decorating. Talented professional can help you. No job too small or too large. References. Immediate results.” It was designer Lauri Ward’s ad about… Continue reading Reblog: Use what you have