Mrs. HollIman, thank you, for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award. I really appreciate your thoughtfulness and sharing links below so fellow bloggers find you and walk with you on your spiritual journey. Again, thank you.
Unique Soul, thank you for tagging me to add fun to our blogging journey and get to know other fellow bloggers in our community. I do like reading your blogs. I really like your blog 10 Life Lessons we learned from COVID-19 outbreak.
Has anyone asked how you were doing but started talking about something else before you could respond? Really! Who Cares? It happened to me many times. It is definitely a fair question. My thought was they do not care, it is just a greeting from being creatures of habit.
Do not let the taste of the forbidden fruit cause you to lose the taste of Heaven. – Tangie T. Woods
Do you ever wonder about the beautiful and perfect world we would have if not for the disobedience of Adam and Eve? Yes! One! One Commandment! That is all they had to obey! Now, look at our world! Imperfect people living in an imperfect world doing the best we can to save ourselves from this untoward generation.
Today’s topic was requested by a follower of my blog. We are so bombarded with life that at some point we will all perhaps experience frustration! Anxiety! Annoyance! Exasperation! Those words are synonymous and defined as the feeling of being upset or annoyed, as well as the inability to change or achieve something.Continue reading “Overcoming Frustration”
June 7, 1963 – August 28, 2019
“Christians should never be in position of fearing death” ~ Ruth Williams
This blog is written in memory of The Late Ruth Williams. A faithful sister-in-Christ who worshiped at the Northside Church of Christ congregation in Lake City, Florida.
Ruth was my friend, my sister-in-Christ and one of my three spiritual mentors. She touched many lives and her genuine love for God was obvious by the way she lived her life. She had a respectable reputation based on consistency of her visible love for God, for her biological and spiritual families, and her students. Her profession of godliness matched her behavior in words, in thoughts and in deeds.Continue reading “One Classy Lady!”