The feeling of dread wouldn’t leave me. My mind was stuck in a rut by thoughts of impending disaster coming our way. Thoughts of us losing everything and being left alone in our time of need. Thoughts of us not being able to recover from our loss. Thoughts of being destitute and desperate. Thoughts of shame. Continue reading
THOUGHT FOR TODAY: Then I sent to him, saying, “No such things as you say have been done; you are inventing them out of your own mind.” Nehemiah 6:8
She questioned my motive for choosing one client over another; “Did you pick that client solely on your friend’s recommendation?” she asked, seemingly ready to reprimand me. Her accusation couldn’t have been further from the truth. Continue reading
I get up early in the mornings, shower, dress, and grab something to eat right before I head out the door. I then spend my 15-20 minutes of driving time to finish dressing on my way to work. Continue reading
I spent most my morning watching one video after another on decluttering, organizing, downsizing, minimalism, etc. I was greatly encouraged, because one of my personal desires is to live a life of simplicity.
You see, I hate clutter! It causes stress, frustration, anxiety, and depression. When it becomes unmanageable, it’s actually managing you. Continue reading
It was a minor fender bender. I was slowly backing out of the Wal-Mart parking space when . . . CRUNCH!!
I was in total disbelief! This really can’t be happening to me right now!
But it was. Continue reading
“So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” Romans 10:17 (NKJV)
“Mrs. Reyes!” The dentist said sternly. “Are you in pain?!”
“No,” I answered, with tears streaming down both sides of my face.
“Then please stop moaning!”
Yes, I had been moaning. Incessantly. Since he first began working in my mouth with his drill. I was so overcome by fear over my first root canal that when I was later asked to get up to move to another room, I had to be helped because I almost passed out. Continue reading