On Day 20 (the middle of the 40 days of Lent!), here’s a little pensive piece with a little pitch for the best book in the Bible: Ecclesiastes.
We certainly need more peace, but I want to specifically talk about the kind of peace we all need on Day 19.
I spent the entire day nursing the worst headache I’ve ever had in my entire life. Because of this headache, I literally lost an entire day because I either was asleep, or awake but catatonic, or sitting up but my head could not face down. I got nothing done today, other than catching up on […]
I ask the Holy Spirit to hold me like my life depended on it on Day 17, because it kinda does.
The beauty of having days and nights is that every single time the sun goes down and comes up, we are offered a new chance to do it again. I am not ashamed in admitting that thinking I have to ‘do it again’ sounds so tiring and cumbersome. I was notorious for being terrible at […]
The Coronavirus was officially a ‘pandemic’ a few days before Day 15 of Lent, but I sense the anxieties rising through my friends in the USA, so I write a prayer for all of us as we weather this moment in history together.
“But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.” And so do I, on Day 14.
Day 13 is a little rough on my anxiety levels, but being kind to myself is the first step, and forgiving myself is the solution.
Gratefulness is on my heart on Day 12, because of how gentle God always is.
God is breathing into all of us, especially me, a new kind of new on Day 11.