April 12, 2020

This is the first Easter that many of us won’t be with our loved ones. Either you are isolated from them because you’re sheltering in place, or worse, you have lost them. Though you are breathing on your own, there are too many who cannot.

Our babies aren’t dressed up in their Sunday best today. Mothers and daughters aren’t wearing co...

March 18, 2020

I woke up to a gloomy sky outside of my bedroom window this morning. It was the perfect metaphor for the doom and gloom that surrounds us these days. So, I lingered in bed longer than usual. Why rush to get up?

In this day and age of social distancing, I didn’t have to be anywhere. Nor, was I expecting anyone. There was work to do fro...

March 14, 2020

I get anxious sometimes. And these are scary times in which we live. But this morning, as I was searching though my Bible notes from back in the day...I was reminded of how fervently I used to pray. In the face of adversity, I prayed.

But more importantly, I believed. I believed like a little child, without doubt. That was before I...

March 4, 2020

Who are you? You are who you are right now.

But who will you be in the tomorrows that come?

Surely you will mature. Surely you will gain wisdom.

Surely you will evolve. That’s just what happens.

We love differently as we age.

But unfortunately, we are bound by today.

Then when tomorrow comes, it’s too late.

Too late to turn back time....

February 6, 2020

“Don’t thank me, thank the LORD!”

That’s what some people say instead of, “You’re welcome.” When someone says, “Thank you,” these folks prefer to give credit where credit is due. They believe it’s because of the LORD’s generosity that they’re able to bless others. And, I concur.

Even though it’s wonderful to hear those words of gratitu...

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