Better is a handful of quietness
than two hands full of toil and a striving after wind.
— Ecclesiastes 4:6
At the beginning of this period of social isolation, my wise preacher husband said in a Facebook Live session that this time of solitude and, for some, rest from work, had the potential to be very beneficial to our spiritual lives — if we would let it. If we would choose to spend time in quietness with God.
Continue reading “A handful of quietness”
Dear little robin:
There you sit
day by day
caring for your little ones
upon your nest of twigs
beneath blue skies or sunshine or rain —
Continue reading “For the mama birds”
Today’s article is a guest post by a dear friend of mine, Tracy Watts. Tracy is a jewel of a Christian woman. As a mom in her early thirties, Tracy possesses wisdom far beyond her years. She is godly in her actions and attitude, tenderhearted, and grace-giving. Tracy uses her many talents for the Lord and displays Christlike humility in all she does.
Continue reading “How do we make time with God when we have littles? (And, most importantly, why.) — by Tracy Watts”
is a stream of water
flowing through a faucet
We open our hands
Continue reading “The stream”