Tag: love

It’s only natural. It is? I hear a phrase like this one and consider all the unnatural things I do in a given day. Is it natural to look at my phone as much as I do? Especially when sitting across from someone with an actual face who already likes me? Why do I seek […]

I don’t know from where knowledge comes sometimes. For example, I don’t know from where algebraic equations flash into my mind at four o’clock in the afternoon when my youngest son needs help with his assignment. I just don’t know. I don’t know from where poetry flows through a river of fluid phrases, yet I […]

I know how you feel. Hmmm… Rarely, if ever, do two people experiencing the same moment together experience it the same way. Ask anyone who has gone on a first date. So, to hear someone say, I know how you feel causes instant skepticism in my mind. For example, I have several dear friends with […]

My youngest son asked me yesterday what my 2017 resolution is. I told him I have a lot of goals. But, I didn’t tell him what they were or name my resolution. Honestly, I had to give it some more thought. I came to the conclusion that we get the word goal and resolution confused. […]

Be devoted to one another in brotherly love… I finish reading Romans 12:10-13 and ask Myself, “What does it mean to ‘be devoted to one another in brotherly love’? How do I remain devoted to loving others who are unloving towards Me? How do I refrain from becoming unloving towards them?” “Love them anyway,” Myself replies. […]

Now may our Lord Jesus Christ Himself, and our God and Father, who has loved us and given us everlasting consolation and good hope by grace, comfort your hearts and establish you in every good word and work. 2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 NKJV