Two wrongs don’t make a right. We hear that old adage but do we understand what it means? Rudeness, road rage, shopping cart rage, self-righteousness, impatience, and lack of empathy and consideration all contribute to a cloud of discontentment and sorrow. There is so much anger and despair in the world, and it feeds onContinue reading “RAGE”
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Today at the grocery store, I was standing in the tea aisle when a man walked by with his frail wife pushing the cart. He politely said, “Excuse me, ma’am,” when he went in front of me and then impatiently and not so nicely asked his wife, “Is this what you want? WHAT?”. I’ve saidContinue reading “MERCY”
Never has it been brought home as clearly to me when I was a caregiver that people are closest to seeing the holiness of God when they are in a fragile state, and Satan knows it.
“AIN’T NOTHIN’ ELSE”
This morning I took a friend downtown to the clinic for a doctor visit and to get his meds.
LIFE IS SO UNFAIR
Be a soft place to land. Photo by Martin Witt
WHAT A PAIN IN THE BACK!
Did one of the boys step on a crack?
We should always take our pain to the Lord. Have you ever seen a person who had so much pain in their heart that they were grasping for whatever help they could find and they said some things they shouldn’t have? They just wanted the pain to stop. More than likely, the people whoContinue reading “IT HURTS”