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Nothing is Impossible

Nothing is Impossible

Oh how I wish I could shut up like a telescope! I think I could, if I only know how to begin.' For, you see, so many out-of-the-way things had happened lately, that Alice began to think that very few things indeed were really impossible."Alice's Adventures in Wonderland I need to start taking notice (again) [...]

Weight

Weight

Tired  Beat down Run into the ground How shall I face the day... With this weight that hinders my pace?  Struggling  Worn out My soul thirsts in this drought  Where shall this weary way lead? I need some rest and peace.  Tina W  June 11, 2021 Roses I really really needed this song. I've had [...]

Fear of Flying

Fear of Flying

I’ve never had a fear of flying. However, I did experience some anxiety my first, and only, time on an airplane. As the plane lifted off the ground I spontaneously reacted with tears. Up until that moment I’d never given it too much thought because my eyes were on the prize: the destination and who [...]

Hope

Hope

Mental unwellness It's a tide that makes life bleak It's a struggle  The constant juggle  Emotions like waves of the sea  Anxiety, guilt, and grief Low moods and high water Life can feel like a teeter-totter Where's the balance?  Where's the peace?  Sometimes tears are a release But then it begins again  Driving me round [...]

Death is Just the Dawn

Death is Just the Dawn

I’d like to introduce you to Joshua Samson. If you haven’t found and started following his blog, or if he hasn’t found you, I’d encourage you to give him a follow. His blog has only been up and running for about a month, but he’s off to a great start as he writes from his heart.

–Tina

THE HOPELESS ROMANTIC

Everyday, we as a family are hearing the news about the passing away of a loved one. The day before yesterday, it was a dear family friend. Yesterday, it was my grandpa. Today, it was my aunt.

Unfortunately, this is the case across the world. COVID-19 has hit almost every household. Almost all of us have lost loved ones. You may have lost an immediate family member. Or a distant relative. Still, you can feel the grief sting. You can feel doubt and uncertainty creep in. You can feel your spirit questioning the goodness of God.

In times such as these, let our soul cling to the hope of resurrection that God offers His children. Let our heart cling to the anchor of hope which will keep us afloat in the raging waves of disease and death.

Jesus, our King, is a Man of Sorrows. He is familiar with sufferings…

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Hills

Hills

Stuck  Between reality and a dream A wounded warrior Lost within herself again No direction Only murky reflections Of the days still yet to be. Downcast Waiting for new days  A child of God Tries to follow after His ways  Full of questions Disillusioned by life's maze Pressing onwards Still plodding through the haze. Weary [...]

True Knowledge

True Knowledge

A Google search can reveal a lot. However, it isn't always true. Nevertheless, this saying is true: don't believe everything you hear.  I wanted to know who said knowledge is power. According to Wikipedia it is commonly attributed to Sir Frances Bacon, but there is no known occurrence of this exact phrase in his English [...]