Overwhelmed

Today’s big question — are you overwhelmed? I have been overwhelmed a lot, especially this past year. I wish there was some real life Vitameatavegamin available. If you don’t know about this amazing product, it appears in one of my favorite television shows, I Love Lucy, in my all-time favorite episode of the show. Lucy … Continue reading Overwhelmed

Enduring Works

When you look back on the years past, what is the same? It amazes me when I consider all of the changes that have occurred over the years. Things are continuously changing in our lives. This happened long before COVID-19 came on the scene.  I remember in high school, I was editor of the school … Continue reading Enduring Works

Growing Mercy

The Psalmist declares that God’s unfailing, faithful love will last forever. The Passion Translation says it this way: “Here’s my chorus: “Your mercy grows through the ages. Your faithfulness is firm, rising up to the skies” (Psalm 89:2). The word here translates as “checed” which means goodness or merciful kindness. The Psalmist says that this … Continue reading Growing Mercy

Full of Abounding Truth

Read Psalm 86. Today’s verse says, “But Lord, Your nurturing love is tender and gentle. You are slow to get angry yet so swift to show Your faithful love. You are full of abounding grace and truth” (Psalm 86:15 TPT). Note again, the verse says “grace and truth” — you have to have a balance … Continue reading Full of Abounding Truth

Full of Abounding Grace

Read Psalm 86. Today’s verse says, “But Lord, Your nurturing love is tender and gentle. You are slow to get angry yet so swift to show Your faithful love. You are full of abounding grace and truth” (Psalm 86:15 TPT). It is important to note that the verse says “grace and truth” — you have … Continue reading Full of Abounding Grace

Slow to Anger

Read Psalm 86. Today, we are going to look at verse 15, which speaks about how God is slow to anger. When we consider the word “anger,” let us take into consideration that this word translates as “aph” and it’s referencing the type of anger that gets you into a huff— the kind that has … Continue reading Slow to Anger