The dark can be so daunting The light can seem so dim Still, from heaven, you are calling. Can I hear your voice again? No fear in death or life, though all of hell presses in Your voice, the roaring lion, shatters mountains and hangs on the wind. Still small voice, speak to me. I'm … Continue reading Listening
This post is a little different from my standard posts. I'm sharing with you what I wrote this morning while reading my Bible. Last night was a particularly difficult night for me. This morning, Is brighter because His word brings life and hope. Hopefully, you can glean something from it that will encourage you today. … Continue reading It is Enough!
I don't want to be here. This place, my soul hates, this void of existence....but here I am. People talk from the outside about who I should be, who I am, the next moves I should make in this existence that is my life. What do they know? This place is a place of pain, … Continue reading Optimism
All I can seem to think about the last few days is what it is to be squeezed. Maybe you can relate. You know that feeling when the walls, the ceiling, the air above, and the floor beneath you, seem to be closing in. It's that sensation of not knowing if you'll make it out...not … Continue reading The Squeeze
If the night is dark, I know the light. If the world seems to be pressing hard on my shoulders, I know the one who holds it the palm of His hand. When all seems wrong, I lean in and trust. I have a defender and He carries me. If I am His then what … Continue reading No Fear!
I'm all in and I'm not here at the same time Divided and conquered by complacency I'm willing and driven but my 'tranny'* has stalled when I should be moving forward I find myself slippin' The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak There's so much to be done but my brain's asleep Oh … Continue reading Tranny Slip Blues
I was in a car accident about fifteen years ago. It happened on a Sunday afternoon on my way home from church. I was pulling in my driveway when she hit me. I never saw it coming. Apparently, she didn't notice me slowing down to turn until the last second. When she did see me, … Continue reading Crash Course