Five Steps To Finishing Strong Maybe like me, you’re old enough to remember the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. I’ll never forget watching a British runner named Derek Redmond run the 400 meters. Redmond had a history of injuries that kept him from being the best in the world. In 1992 everything seemed to be coming… Continue reading Five Steps To Finishing Strong
The Strength We Need Coronavirus/Corvid-19 news fills all media. Gloom and doom permeate everywhere. The shelter at home orders is spreading the globe. Current circumstances make us weary and sap our energy. So many today are tired and worn out. What’s a person to do? Today I want to look at the secret of our… Continue reading Need to Recharge Your Personal Strength and Power?
The Lord is my strength and my song, and he has become my salvation; this is my God, and I will praise him, my father’s God, and I will exalt him. — Exodus 15:2 ESV
The coronavirus and the stock market’s volatility make this a scary time. We fear for ourselves and our loved one’s health, safety, and financial stability. Here’s a Bible verse that provides me great comfort. Trust in the Lord How to be Saved The peace I have through Jesus Christ is how I face fear and… Continue reading Fear
Talya Boerner is a master storyteller. Gene Everywhere took me back to the three-years period of time I was my 90 years-old father’s caregiver after my mother died. So much of what the author wrote tugged at the memories and experience I had with my father. The prose is spectacular. Talya’s prose is spectacular. Her… Continue reading Gene, Everywhere
“He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress where I will never be shaken.” Psalm 62:2 (NLT)
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Time With God “I rise before the dawning of the morning, And cry for help; I hope in Your word.” Psalm 119:147 NKJV 1. Set a Regular Time Psalm 119:147a – “I rise before the dawning of the morning, …” The Psalmist has a regular time designated for meeting God. He rises early in the… Continue reading Quiet Time With God
4.1 My Story You may be like my late wife was when she was battling Stage Four Melanoma cancer. She found herself very tired. She needed rest. My daily caregiving also left me weary. Like my wife, I needed rest. The managing of my wife’s schedule took a skillset even an air traffic controller would… Continue reading Resting in the Lord
3.1 My Story “I removed the tumor. The tests also showed it has spread to her lymph nodes. I removed thirty-four of them,” said the surgical oncologist. I stared at her. She was slowly becoming out of focus as I became teary-eyed. I knew the initial diagnosis of Stage 3 Melanoma Cancer was terrible. I… Continue reading Tears Are Normal