From My Journal – 5/12/20

“Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you will abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”  Romans 15:13 “For whatever was written in earlier times was written for our instruction, so that through perseverance and the encouragement of the Scriptures, we mightContinue reading “From My Journal – 5/12/20”

‘Stocking Full Of Stories’ – now in Paperback! Yay!!!

IT’S FINALLY HERE in PAPERBACK! Why not buy yourself an early Christmas present this year? My Christmas anthology, Stocking Full Of Stories, is just what you need to add that extra little sparkle to this year’s celebration.  Stories about love, challenge, hope, faith, and ridiculously funny stuff as well.  There’s 11 stories in all. It’sContinue reading “‘Stocking Full Of Stories’ – now in Paperback! Yay!!!”

FMF October Challenge 2017 – Day 4

Today’s prompt is “Hope.” “Now the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.” (Romans 15:13). The God of hope is our God. He offers us all that we can ever need for this life and for allContinue reading “FMF October Challenge 2017 – Day 4”

Epiphany: You Don’t Have to Be a Christian to Call on Jesus

Epiphany is a celebration by the Body of Christ of the revelation of Jesus Christ to the gentiles — all nations of people who are not from His own Jewish heritage. On this day, we often celebrate the arrival of the wise men from the east, who came many miles, following a great sign inContinue reading “Epiphany: You Don’t Have to Be a Christian to Call on Jesus”

Would You Like A Word of Comfort and Hope Everyday?

This world is full of hurt, hardship, and hopelessness. But the Lord has hope, comfort, healing, and blessing to offer us. If you’d like to visit a place that offers a timely, but short and easy-to-read word that focuses you on that hope and blessing, visit Pure Glory’s site here on WordPress. You won’t beContinue reading “Would You Like A Word of Comfort and Hope Everyday?”

Velvet Verbosity # 373 — ‘Light the Lamp’

“Light the lamp, Matthew. Set it clearly in the window.” “But, Father, it’s burned every night for months.  Tom’s not coming home.” “Yes, he is.  He promised me.” “You know we heard that his whole battalion was wiped out.” “No.  I feel him in my heart.  He lives.  And this snowstorm is so thick; he’llContinue reading “Velvet Verbosity # 373 — ‘Light the Lamp’”