>I have no idea what there is in my future, but the Lord is doing a new work in me. There is a heightened awareness of Him, an increased desire to learn from the Bible, and when I don't spend time in prayer and study, I can so tell! Not that I couldn't tell before, … Continue reading >A new work
Month: October 2010
>The sin of unbelief
>I think this one is overlooked. With all the blatant egregious sin in the world, unbelief can be chalked up to doubt, or questioning. Or an attitude of "I'm just not sure..." Baloney. We are called to believe. It's an action verb.Psalm 37 has a lot of those. This morning I wrote down a list, … Continue reading >The sin of unbelief
>Falling head over heels…
>...in love with my Savior.It is a possibility that Aaron will not get approved to live off post. When I realized the weight of this, that I would possibly have to stay here for eight more months, my heart just sunk. It was of course, this morning, while having coffee and getting ready for work.I … Continue reading >Falling head over heels…
>Let me pencil you in
>Seriously. When someone asks to hang out, or I ask someone, I am constantly consulting my Holy Grail of scheduling - the calendar on my iPod. I tell you, if it ever dies or I lose data on my calendar, I will be a lost cause.I understand that people are busy, and I'm busy. But … Continue reading >Let me pencil you in
>Trust and obey; for there’s no other way
>God is so good. For those of you reading who do not know the Lord as your Savior, maybe you're annoyed at my constant mentions of God. And Jesus. And the ethereal "Him" or "He". I am telling you, there is no other reason that I am healthy emotionally, physically and spiritually except for His … Continue reading >Trust and obey; for there’s no other way
>Do you want some cheese with that whine?
>There are two main negative emotions that come from being separated from your spouse, at least in my understanding. Let me say that 95% of the time, I don't feel either of these. Tonight is an exception, one of those "Life just isn't fair" evenings.Jealousy. I get jealous of seeing couples happy together, holding hands, … Continue reading >Do you want some cheese with that whine?
>Work. Run. Aaron. Sleep. Repeat.
>I've been able to relax and go to bed at a decent time two nights in a row. Aaron's been on weird hours.. he just worked a 24-hour CQ shift, gotta love those. Right now he's sleeping so I'll be going to bed soon.It's funny.. anyone reading that first little bit without knowing my situation … Continue reading >Work. Run. Aaron. Sleep. Repeat.
>Going on eight years of memories
>Aaron and I have known each other for ten years, when we were in high school and I dated his younger brother, Keith. When you've been together for 7.5 years, some memories start to dim. A few just popped into my head tonight. Aaron worked at Subway for awhile. I remember going in there one … Continue reading >Going on eight years of memories
>Philosophizing on a lazy day
>1 - We are not guaranteed an easy life. We will go through trials. We don't just get a "Get Out of Jail Free" card because we said yes to Jesus.2 - You want to know God's will for your life? It is plain and simple. It is to know Him, love Him, and be … Continue reading >Philosophizing on a lazy day
>Slowly but surely
>Like I've mentioned before, I have a hard time relaxing. Not sure why... I just know that I like to feel productive all of the time. I can picture myself actually enjoying my living room and reading, curled up with hot tea or something, but it rarely happens.Since I'm not working a strenuous full-time job … Continue reading >Slowly but surely
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