When I was a little girl, my parents and my aunt and uncle formed a bowling team. They called themselves "Black Magic." They were good too! Mama once scored a 300 point game. Aunt Ella looked like everything graceful when she bowled. Daddy and Uncle Hi...well, they were just smooth. To occupy me, they put … Continue reading Use More Force (reflection)
Blessings, Royal Ones. With this powerful image I hope to remind us all that we walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). Let's keep walking. Let's stay focused, especially when we cannot see (so we think) the way ahead. Let's allow strength and sensitivity to manifest in our hearing (John 10:3, 27) … Continue reading He Gave This Faith for Walking
Holy Week is the sum of who we are, period. If we confess Jesus as Lord and Savior, then we find all of who we are in the events of Holy Week. On The Queen Life Facebook page I made note that there are many roles to play, many ways to see ourselves through the … Continue reading Jesus Fought the Bull (Holy Week reflection)
What if this is what we look like in our souls, swimming in our feelings? Far from land or stationary position. Constantly treading, moving, and getting more fatigued. No real planned destination or resolve in sight. Just... swimming. Not even for medal or achievement. But internal antics that keep us from real strength training. We … Continue reading Catch Up!
I know you felt like this turtle before. Today, I want to ask you how often you felt like this turtle. How many times did you feel like a late bloomer? Like others around you made more progress than you? Or, with more sensational things to say, others possess greater platforms while you remain unknown? … Continue reading Steadfastness