In the span of time when today and tomorrow collide, I wait for you Suddenly the dim is clear, the dawn no longer impending The new day is a promise of hope and life All in the space where you are mine Where one is one the sum of two and we are us together … Continue reading Good Math
We can't always trust our eyes. They lie. This morning I kept glancing at a magazine on my table (pictured above). I could have sworn it said "Wine and airy dresses to indulge your sweet tooth". I kept thinking it just didn't quite make sense. It wasn't until much later when it caught my eye … Continue reading Wine & Airy Dresses
The thing about being in the Potter's hands (Jeremiah 18, Isaiah 45) is that we don't always know what he's forming us into. Sometimes it might even seem like we're sitting on a shelf and waiting until He's ready to do something with us. Isaiah 45 taught us not to argue with the Potter about … Continue reading What to do while you wait
I confess, I've been known to take a shortcut or two. Time is a precious commodity in my life. Somehow, I'm convinced that I have less of it than most people, so occasionally, I improvise. Usually, it gets the job done so I don't sweat the small stuff. Still, there are suggested uses provided by … Continue reading Signs, Confusion and Forever
Have you ever read something that's going viral that you agree with completely and then you can't get it out of your head? Not because it was any new concept or trans formative thought, but because you're suddenly struck by the notion that it isn't common sense to the mass populace. You realize that the … Continue reading When You Stop and Think About It
There they were in the garden. Man created in the image of God. A single rib taken to craft stunning beauty, a helper designed with detailed intent, a companion worthy of him. The crowning achievement of the Father warranting an affirmation of "goodness" from the lips of the one who'd just spoken the world into … Continue reading Who Told You that You Were Naked?