The one talent servant said, "I was afraid I would lose your money, so I hid it in the earth." I can clearly see how I can run to the world and hide my talents.
Posted Aug. 2,2018 by | 12 Comments
How can I call the most tormenting “thing” in my life a blessing rather than a curse? Oh, I feel like I have an answer from the Spirit and this sheds such a light on my soul and my life.
Posted Jul. 5,2018 by | 8 Comments
In my life, I have so often believed I had to manage my health. I've been the high priest of my personal health care. I have done as I saw fit and what I wanted.
Posted Jun. 7,2018 by | 4 Comments
Health is like a dipstick which reveals the level of our faith in God’s Lordship and Sovereignty.
Posted Jun. 4,2018 by | 2 Comments
There is no commonsense to our care; there is only His mind and Will. Utter dependence on God tests our actual faith in God—and our belief in who He is.
Posted May. 28,2018 by | 2 Comments
The crisis of faith with health care and following the Lord is, “What if I am not hearing Him correctly? What if I die because I didn’t hear?” We all alike struggle with these thoughts.
Posted May. 21,2018 by | 6 Comments
Being in the Spirit allows us to lean in dependence rather than being strapped with the responsibility to care for ourselves.
Posted May. 17,2018 by | 11 Comments
I wanted to share another example, one about my own health crisis rather than one I merely witnessed.
Posted May. 10,2018 by | 7 Comments
I am not the owner of my body or life; I am merely the steward. I don’t have the right or the ability to care for myself.
Posted May. 7,2018 by | 2 Comments
I have some really bad news. My best isn’t good enough. This life is a continual process of proving that we cannot do it on our own.
Posted Jan. 25,2018 by | 2 Comments
There is only one answer to anxiety, stress, hypertension, fear, and trepidation about life.
Posted Jan. 18,2018 by | 4 Comments
When I refuse God’s ownership, the only way I can be a Christian is by haranguing self into order.  This is anxiety!
Posted Jan. 15,2018 by | 12 Comments