Posts tagged ‘hope’

Protected

Have you ever complained about troubles you face? Have you asked God why a calamity struck you? Read more…

Helpless, But Not Hopeless

People attempt suicide for one of two reasons: the pain of living is greater than the fear of death; or as a cry for help to deal with life that seems beyond control. Read more…

Whose Case Is It 2?

While I have always noted that our greatest gifts show up as our greatest weaknesses, I have only now recognized how I heard the lesson, but flunked the application. Read more…

Whose Case Is It?

Part of my call from God is to justice. Most of it is on a tiny scale, but on rare occasions it has had national exposure. I have been puzzled, though, that when it comes to justice for myself I have no success. Read more…

It Is Hard to Have Hope

Now that I have been out of the academic circle for a while, and since we have no connection to denominational Christian religion, I find I am a little out of touch with modern heresies and religious infighting. Read more…

Love Is and Isn’t

Most North Americans have heard at least part of 1 Corinthians 13 more than once. As I was listening to the local Christian radio station today it struck me how we have romanticized it. Read more…

When Pain Screams

There are times when pain screams louder than hope. Read more…

When the Going Gets Rough

“In every way we’re troubled, but we aren’t crushed by our troubles. We’re frustrated, but we don’t give up” (2 Corinthians 4:8 God’s Word©). Read more…

Getting Through

Going over the times of persecution during this journey has been helpful. It clarifies the roots of what I am today. Read more…

My Week Now Has 22 Days

Well, I dared to write about my work schedule only days ago. Odd how things work out, isn’t it? Read more…