God doesn’t give just moral power or physical endurance; He gives me my very breath, reasoning and affection! With all that we have available to us as living, breathing human beings, we are to respond back in grateful worship and choose God in preference over all…Entirely, meticulously, always, forever.
Shin. — v. 161-168. Lips curled above the fangs and a low growl warned of the nasty mood and jealous protection over Candy’s bowl of food. Short…… Read more “Bitten”
Resh. — v. 153-160. It was not a sad day when my son moved away with his family to the other side of the country. So much…… Read more “Distance”
Koph — v. 145-152. What do you think of, what picture do you have in mind, when you think of the word ‘prayer’? The little icon of hands…… Read more “Living in Prayer”
Tzade. — v. 137-144. He climbs with bare feet over mounds of accumulated filth and jagged-edged debris in hopes of finding a scrap of food to eat…… Read more “The ‘Sign’ of my being”
The sun rises slowly, shedding gentle encouraging light on the lush green leaves and in the comfort of my home my heart is made glad–my heart… Read more “Not yet suffered…”
Ain. — v. 121-128 “But the LORD said to Samuel, ‘Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected…… Read more “Seeing and Being Seen”
Samech. (Sin/Shin) – v. 113-120. James warns of the power of the tongue, which is like a raging fire, burning down forests. Oh, the power of words…… Read more “Wild, Uncultivated Thoughts”