Tag Archive | Heartwork

Simple Question.

When is a simple question not a simple question?

It was our second Sunday back in “Real” church.

Livestream church and YouTube church are still available for those who aren’t ready yet to mingle; my husband and I have been ready for weeks!


I often take notes during church.

My brain is such that the very minute I think “I know I won’t forget that!”, then I better write it down right away.

I want to share a few notes here with you.

Incomplete sentences, but very complete thoughts.

If you would care to share in the comments, I would love to see if how these fragments sit with you.

  • What’s the (my) problem?
  • Am I willing to put His answer into practice?
  • Pharisees = Religious Police.
  • Jesus WAS old school, a traditionalist.
  • Uncleanness comes from the heart.

I’m still toying with my answers.

As I’ve said here many times, growth is an “Inside job”.

So, inside I go.

Until next time …

I’m Cheating Today

I’ve spent so much time rolling words around in my head for what is going on in there, and it just isn’t working.

I am ever OCD about keeping up my blog schedule, but banging out words that are only half way explained, did not seem fair to my readers.

I haven’t taken any new photos recently, or had any brilliant fun ideas either.

So I’ve decided to share these three things with you – and they are all about fear.

It is rampant in our world, and it doesn’t even appear to be slowing down.

If you find yourself afraid most of the time, I hope these next three things can be helpful to you, as they were to me.

#1. A Bible verse,

#2. A YouTube video from a long time trusted source, and

#3. A very well written blog post by someone I recently discovered here on line.

So it may be cheating on my part, but as long as it helps you;

For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power, and love, and a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7

My trusted source; James Robison

I found this blog post to be extremely helpful; here’s the link.

I hope my words will find me soon, but until then …