At the end of May the “People in the Car” inspired stories were shared. Sorry it’s taken so long to get them up–I know at least one person is impatiently waiting. Here are the stories from that set of rules given to me so far. The People in the Car (Sleeping Princess sequel) by MJ… Read More “People in the Car” Results
God can see in the dark. This is a comfort in our fear, in our isolation, in our unknowns. It is also a warning when we try to cover up our evil. We can’t. Is this figurative darkness or literal? Both. Just night seems to multiply the theft, the violence, the immorality, the book of… Read More Psalm 139:11-12
God’s constant presence is both a blessing and an admonition: you don’t get away with anything. He knows. Just ask Jonah.
Sheol: basically, the grave; being swallowed up in death
Ever feel like running away and hiding from everyone? It doesn’t work with God. Even in the quiet, He’s there. He hasn’t let go.
Not only does God know all my doings, none of them surprise Him. He knows before they come.
I am never alone–God is always there, He always sees. He knows my every outward move, and can see the inside, too. Nothing is ever lost from His eyes.
The heart of man is fertile ground For every evil ever found: Injustice, greed, And every breed Of lust and hate in there is bound. God cannot call the sinner just. To tell a lie would break all trust: No judge to rule Oppressors cruel, No vengeance for those crushed to dust. But though all… Read More Tolerance of God
Yikes! It’s been so long since I’ve managed to get a blog posted. I have been working on it, in case anyone wonders, but only now is it ready. First of all, we did share stories in December, and here are some new stories, following the Story in Letters rules. Dear Charlie by Hannah Christensen… Read More More Story Updates
When I was sixteen, I was a camper at Outdoor Week. One could pick either a week of backpacking or a week of canoeing, and I picked backpacking. Knowing it would be hard work, I prepared by loading up a backpack we had at home with books and taking walks with it throughout the spring.… Read More Backpacking