Hello friends, Well, here I go again. 🙂 I have noticed by some comments that I get some people are wondering about all the awful things in our world. They use those things to deny the existence of God. I will restate, as I believe, God's creation is spiritual, not material. He is not responsible … Continue reading God’s help with problem-solving
This is a subject that most of us have thought about at some point in our life. What is the Kingdom of Heaven, and where is the Kingdom of Heaven? To answer these questions, I did a bible search on "kingdom of heaven," and I was surprised at what I found. That phrase is only … Continue reading The Kingdom of Heaven
Well, here it is Thursday again, and I have not started my blog yet. I used to start on Mondays and work on it all week, but lately, I have been busy, and it just has not happened that way. I mentioned comparisons last week, so let me see what I can write on that … Continue reading No Comparisons in God’s Creation
Life indeed is a journey. It takes you many places both mentally and physically. It is filled with trials and tribulations, challenges of all kinds, both good and bad. I don't recall at the moment if I've mentioned in previous blogs, but I have moved 48 times in my life, 10 with my family while … Continue reading Life’s Journey
God did not create us to be solitary beings. Joy and happiness are to be shared. Everyone needs that one person they can be comfortable with, to pour out their heart and soul to, and not be judged or criticized. That’s why couples get married; they have found that special person. We all need a … Continue reading Companionship is God Sanctioned.
I have been doing a lot of thinking about Hope lately. I always saw Hope as a wish, but I have discovered that it is much more than that. For many years I didn’t have much hope that anything in my life would change. I wished it would but didn’t have any confidence that it … Continue reading Hope and Expectation changed my life.
The short answer is, absolutely not. This is a question asked by one of my readers. “Why did the omnipotent God, of which you speak, allow you to suffer abuse when you were a child?” This is a question that I’m sure many of you have thought about. I know I did many years ago. … Continue reading Did an omnipotent God allow child abuse?