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Still in Prison…

This is such a great devotional this morning I am passing it along to you. All I can say is, I’ve been there…done that…more than once. To this day, the only thing that “gets me through” is the same concept…crawling under my desk and asking God for what I need for the day…that system got…

Fall Down—Go Boom!

Falling down has so many definitions. Leaders fall down. Whether they are world world leaders or Christian leaders…from Bill Clinton to Jimmy Swaggert…we’ve seen examples of falling down. Falling down can be the daily struggle for toddlers trying to master the art of staying upright. Sometimes they laugh, sometimes they scream unmercifully at the response…

Wives World ~ Be Still!

I was brought to a whole new level of understanding concerning God’s occasional command to Be Still. Coming off a dizzying schedule of work and suffering from a minor cold that went into major laryngitis, I was forced to literally be still! Ever tried not saying a word for 24 hours? WOW! What an amazing…

Wives World ~ The Journey of Grief

Grief is a tough but normal part of life. When God allows traumatic experiences that leave us reeling it is hard to imagine that He is a good God. Reading in John 6 this week, I began to see a picture of the waves of grief. While one might not necessary correlate the recording of…

Wives World~ The Value of a “Pat”

My husband was sleeping in his recliner on a lazy Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago. I tried to do the same, but my brain started spinning and I became more motivated to get a few nagging tasks done than to take a nap. I was in such angst trying to decide whether to try…

Wives World ~ Faking People Out

I’ve been doing a study recently about the emotions of Jesus. Because the trauma resolution therapy I use addresses stuffed emotions, I’ve started being more aware of our emotional world and also become interested in the emotional side of our Savior. Somehow we’ve gotten into some sort of delusional thinking as Christians that we are…