Views When you approach the subject of healing what views and prejudices about healing have you heard along the journey with Jesus the Healer? There are about four common views that theologians have on healing. They are as follows: Healing is not in the atonement. Healing is through the atonement. Healing is absolutely guaranteed in… Continue reading Shalom: Views and Prejudices On Healing
December thirteenth was the second anniversary of this blog. In honor of that I wanted to share a post that was relevant to this season that gave glory to the one we call our First Love. This post describes my resolution for years to come. Yesterday I was able to spend the entire day with… Continue reading New Year Reservations
Looking in the mirror, at my age, can be a disappointment. As a woman I am always caught up in trying to look my best. However, as we age we tend to wrinkle, gravity has won the tug of war with body parts, and we wish we were younger. Getting up in the morning and… Continue reading Checking the Mirror
I love the story Are You my Mother by P.D. Eastman. I used to read it over and over again. The mother bird goes off to get food, and the baby bird hatches. Alone, he starts to wonder who his mother is. I loved how the baby bird did not know who his mother was,… Continue reading Are you my Mother?
This week I am doing my first photo journal. Sharing the joy with you I hold down in my heart, and not necessarily on my face. For all these things I am grateful. I wonder, what brings you joy?Seeing the Cross that my Savior gave His life on, just for me, gives me joy that… Continue reading Joy Down in my Heart