“Emotional Neglect is the white space in the family picture; the background rather than the foreground. It is insidious and overlooked while it does its silent damage to people’s lives.” (Dr. Jonic…
This blog reminds us. We are a Christian nation.
As we look at today’s America, sometimes it’s almost impossible to recognize the country we once knew so well. Contrary to what many would have us believe, we were founded on Christian principles. Today some would call those of us living by those principles terrorists. Instead of living by God’s standards of right and wrong, people are encouraged to do their own thing. Decide for themselves what’s right for them. Our Constitution is considered outdated. Courts are ruling against Christians who make a stand for their within their own businesses. Marriage has been redefined. And on and on . . .
So what can we as Christians do? It’s easy to point fingers. At the politicians. At the ones condemning us for our faith. But God tells us to look inward first.
If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face…
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What an amazing testimony of God’s love and grace. It’s worth the 5 minutes.
Religion can lead to you being disillusioned with what you may think is faith. Finding Jesus is about finding life and becoming spiritually free and alive. Jesus said He is the way, the truth and the life and that no one can know God except through Him. If you have been searching for spiritual freedom and haven’t found it in being religious, don’t pass up the opportunity to accept Jesus Christ and make Him a part of your life.
The thief comes only in order to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have and enjoy life, and have it in abundance (to the full, till it overflows). – John 10:10
If you have ever lost a loved one, read this.
I cannot tell you how many times I’ve heard…
“I don’t know how you do it.”
“I would go crazy if I were you.”
“I couldn’t survive losing my child,” not to mention the comments many say quietly to themselves, secretly thankful it wasn’t their child. Let’s be honest. I know many of you suffering through grief have heard similar things and more. Hearing these words makes a grieving soul cringe with pain.
We didn’t choose this life, yet what are we supposed to do when we are face to face with our worst nightmare?
No matter what your grief is let me tell you, yes you can survive. And no, it’s not all sunshine and roses, it’s a dark, lonely, road less taken, but believe it or not, it is possible to come out on the other side.
So how did I survive all these years? At the time, overcome…
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This blog tells it like it is about abuse, from teasing of little girls on the playground to domestic violence, it will cause you to think.