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“… who is mighty as you are, O Lord, with your faithfulness all around you?” (Psalm 89:8 ESV, emphasis mine) All too often, we think of faithfulness as weakness. Someone stays in a dead-end job or abusive relationship because they think it’s all … Continue reading
“Love and marriage are of the Father’s most powerful means for the making of his foolish ones into sons and daughters.” -George MacDonald, A Daughter’s Devotion (edited by Michael Phillips)
I was rummaging through my home files for some boring, mundane but absolutely necessary task – finances, organizational planning or some such matter – when I came across this card I had kept from goodness knows when: And my whole … Continue reading
I like the way my husband says things. He makes me see them from a completely different angle – sometimes a difference of 18o degrees! Tonight he just said something profound. We were discussing the matter of whether love was … Continue reading
Happy Valentine’s Day to all my blog readers! That said, I simply cannot understand (nor do I particularly like) this holiday. Did you ever ask your mom, like Linus does in the Peanuts comics, why we have a Mother’s Day … Continue reading
My husband is very eloquent, and it’s not uncommon for him to give flamboyant compliments … especially when he wants something. Hah! Just kidding. Anyway, one night he was doing the equivalent of “verbal serenading” and started out something like … Continue reading