There is so much going on in our world today; it is hard to know what to write. I have decided on righteous thinking as it pertains to good government. The first thing I learned about righteous thinking was how to recognize it; what does it look like? A quote from Proverbs, “As he thinketh … Continue reading Righteous Thinking, Righteous Government
Twas the night before Christmas, and OMG, is it that time again? With all that has been going on in our world, it seems this year has flown by. I know many are apprehensive about the coming Christmas. We need to be more childlike in our expectations and excitement about the magic of the season. … Continue reading Expect the Magic of Christmas
Today I am going to share my understanding of what God intended our universe to be. Many may think it sounds like a fairy tale, but through my study, using logic and reason, I have witnessed and experienced demonstrations of God’s creation. I know it is a present possibility. The Kingdom of Heaven is our … Continue reading Seeing God’s Creation
The 91st Psalm is full of buoyancy and expectancy, not one of self-confidence, but one whose hope is rooted in God. It is Gratitude and wonder for a guardian angel who leads us through a life of great danger. “God is our refuge and strength a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 46 Religion is … Continue reading The Secret Place
I read an article about Mercy this morning that I found very inspiring. It left me with a complete understanding of Mercy. Most dictionary definitions talk about your treatment of someone who does not deserve your mercy, but you give it anyway. Many of you remember the parable of the Good Samaritan. When a priest … Continue reading God is Merciful
Well, it is that time again. My last blog did not do well because my boost on Facebook was not working correctly, and it did not get as many hits as usual. So, if you are interested and missed my 9/1/20 blog, feel free to check it out. I had a challenge to meet in … Continue reading God and Man Co-existent
The big butterfly picture in my previous blog got me to thinking about the caterpillar and the butterfly. What an amazing process. I did some research, so I was sure I understood the process. It is remarkably interesting. This blog will be a bit of an extension of my last blog. "Identify yourself as God's … Continue reading With God, you can soar like a Butterfly.
In my mid-forties, my life was spiraling out of control. I was suffering from the adult effects of child abuse. I no longer wanted to live. I read dozens of self-help books and went through seven years of therapy but was no better. Nothing seemed to relieve the feelings of hopelessness. Even though I was … Continue reading Why did I turn to God in my despair?
Thirty years ago, I would have never believed I would be blogging about my experience with God. However, here I am every Monday sharing what I have learned. “. . . progress is the law of God, whose law demands of us only what we can certainly fulfil.” From Science and Health with Key to … Continue reading “Progress is the Law of God”
The header is a Hubble picture of the Milky Way Bulge. The pure beauty of God's Universe. This weeks lesson talked a lot about evolution, but not the kind of evolution people mostly think about, from a small fish like creature 525 million years ago, to man, but spiritual evolution, from God to man. I … Continue reading My Spiritual Evolution