A Last Word on Less {Goodbye 2012}

Credit I remember the initial challenge. One. Word. A word that sets your intention for the year. I am not one who struggles to find words. Words are the chariots of fire that roll through my mind in the dark of night. Words are the fuel that propel me onward through days that become oneContinue reading “A Last Word on Less {Goodbye 2012}”

The Day He Remembered He Was A Dog

For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline. 1 Timothy 1:7 He is a funny character. He still growls when my hubby kisses me goodbye. He makes grunt sounds as if he tries to speak at times.  He likes to be the center ofContinue reading “The Day He Remembered He Was A Dog”

The Lessons of Less: Take Me To The River

Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said,  streams of living water will flow from within him. John 7:38 Well here we are approaching the last few days of the first month of the new year.  The path I have been travelling on has become narrow. Squeezed. Where it leads I’m not sure, but my faithfulContinue reading “The Lessons of Less: Take Me To The River”

Could Less Be Best?

He must become greater; I must become less. John 3:30 Less. I find it hard to believe that as I sought the Lord about a word to represent the year ahead, the word impressed upon me was “Less”. First of all let me say that I love words. There are a lot of good words IContinue reading “Could Less Be Best?”