Acknowledge God for Real Rest

Acknowledge God for Real Rest 18.1 My Story I had been awake for thirty-three consecutive hours. My marathon of being up began on Tuesday when I had awakened at 5 AM. I had gotten up, checked on my wife, showered, and went to Starbucks at 6 AM for my morning writing. From writing, I had… Continue reading Acknowledge God for Real Rest

Know God

18 Know God 18.1 My Story I had been up for thirty-three consecutive hours. My marathon of being up began on Tuesday when I had awakened at 5 AM. I had gotten up, checked on my wife, showered, and went to Starbucks at 6 AM for my morning writing. From writing, I had headed to… Continue reading Know God

Slow Down and Know God

Slow Down and Know God Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness is slowing down and knowing God. As we live with the daily challenges of caring for a person with an ongoing disease, it is essential that we get adequate rest. This respite is both physical and spiritual. Today’s… Continue reading Slow Down and Know God

Hearing God’s Voice

Hearing God’s Voice Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic or terminal illness is listening until we hear God’s voice. When we face a constant disease too often, we rush in and try to accomplish everything in our own power. We manage this. We plan that. We listen to this aunt… Continue reading Hearing God’s Voice

Know God

Part of learning to live with a chronic illness is slowing down and knowing God. As we live with the daily challenges of an ongoing disease it is essential we get adequate rest. This respite is both physical and spiritual. Today’s Scripture tells us to slow down, that is to be still and know I… Continue reading Know God

Rest

Today’s Scripture tells us to rest – be still and knows I am God. Today’s Bible Verse: Psalm 46:10 (KJV), ” Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.” What the verse means: Part of learning to deal with a chronic… Continue reading Rest