Mark 8 As we approach Good Friday, I️ think it serves us well to remember the seriousness of this holy day. We have a suffering Savior who came to give His life so that we may live forever. Fascinatingly, He predicted He would die and rise again, indicating that God is sovereign overall. In the… Continue reading
Peace and the coronavirus don’t seem to go hand-in-hand. Being married to a Pediatric ER and Pediatric Infectious Disease doctor has its perks. I️ can have a conversation with WebMD live access across the dinner table. No need to binge on Grey’s Anatomy to find answers to my looming questions…I can roll over in bed… Continue reading
For some reason, the discussion of the sovereignty of God keeps popping up in my life over and over again. I can’t seem to escape it. I know it is a major struggle for us. Yes! I’ve talked to some of you!
We seem to be fine with God’s sovereignty as long as things are going our way. But as soon the rubber hits the road, look out…we begin to flounder.
“The heavens declare the glory of God. The skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge. There is no speech or language where their voice is not heard.” Psalm 19:1-3 I’ve come up with a theory as I’ve grown older: the more I… Continue reading
With #Thanksgiving just around the corner, I have been pondering these words: gratefulness, thankfulness, goodness and blessings. Living in America, we have so much to be thankful for. We have such incredible material blessings. However, we often spend more time perusing turkey recipes, than sitting down to think about things that really matter. We will spend more… Continue reading