As I held my two-week-old newborn daughter in my arms after her mid-morning feeding, I was feeling both exhausted and content. The incision from my c-section was healing nicely but I was still quite sore. I was having pleasant thoughts about my brother-in-law’s upcoming wedding which was less than a week away. My husband and […]Read More God Is Working for Your Good
“Lean not on my understanding because my understanding is very limited and finite. My limited, finite understanding is not reliable; I cannot rely on it. It is not trustworthy; I cannot trust it. I should not allow the way I feel to dictate what I do—my actions. I should only allow the truth to dictate […]Read More The Heart That Heals: A Review
Walking in the midst of our trials, it is often difficult to believe that God will come through for us. A mother in labor for hours, suffering from birth pains, is overwhelmed by thoughts that the ordeal will never end. Ah, but when the moment comes – great rejoicing! And indescribable relief. Fingernail-biting moments come […]Read More The God of His Word
By now, if you follow my blog, you know well that I am pro-life. A while back I wrote an article about why Christians should oppose abortion basing my arguments on biblical passages. While I am a staunch opponent of the pro-abortion culture, I want to make clear that I believe that God offers redemption […]Read More Can God Forgive Abortion?
Worry is what we do when we desperately want to control circumstances that are completely out of our hands. It is a perfectly human reaction to seemingly extraordinary events. And it’s all in our head.Read More Worrying Won’t Make a Difference
Starting now, let’s begin to dismantle the stronghold that fear has on your life. There’s no better time to begin. This is the second part in my series on fear. Find the first one here. I like what Max Lucado wrote in his book, “Fearless”. He said, “Feed your fears and your faith will starve. Feed […]Read More Fear: What You Can Do About It (Part 2)
I recently asked my Facebook friends what kinds of fears are commonly faced today, in preparation for this article. Here are some of the things they said: Dying Terminal illness Failure Financial concerns Not being good enough Being alone Rejection Public speaking Phobias (ex: claustrophobia) An uncertain future Other people’s opinions Commitment Homelessness/starvation Going to […]Read More Fear: What it is, and what it does (Part 1)