In recent years, I have been aware of the illness that steals away many of the loved ones of my friends and family in an insidious way. Slipping into their midst at first unnoticed, it creates a new heart-rending reality for all those it touches. I have wondered how they, the affected ones come to the realization of this disease and how strong can they fight against it in the early stages. How do they try to push away this creeping horror?
As I pray "God,
Updated 03-18-2013 at 09:24 PM by RheaB
We saw Red Riding Hood last weekend. It was awful. That was the opinion of all four of us who went together. It did have a very surprising ending and the wolf turned out to be....... well I'm not telling just in case you lose your mind and decide to go waste some time and see it.
The moral of the story seemed to be: you can't trust anyone, watch your back! I would hate to live like that, without someone to trust.
Have you ever noticed how often God reminds us to be still and give him room to be God? In Psalm 46.10 he says, “Be still and know that I am God”. In Exodus 14.14, God reminds us through Moses that he will fight for us, we need only to be still. And yet, what do we do when faced with a problem? We run everywhere trying to find a solution, when the only thing that we really need to do is to be still and let God show us the way.
If you are lost, wandering is not the way to be found.
He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked. I John 2:6
Have you ever prayed about something for so long, seeking an answer from the Lord, and yet for whatever reason He remained quiet? Day after day, week after week, sometimes month after month, you await an answer...you're simply waiting for God to ACT. I've been there..in fact, I'm there even now.
For months now I've been seeking