Reading Time: 3 minutes I began to tell God all of my concerns. One by one. I quite simply listed them outright. I didn’t explain them. I didn’t defend them. I didn’t complain them. I didn’t say “I know but…” to disclaim them….
Reading Time: 4 minutes In order to put your light up on a lamp stand for all in the house to see, you’ll need to make sure you’re wired up safely and effectively.
Reading Time: 8 minutes It was a chair. Or maybe it was a bench. The hallway was silent.
Reading Time: 8 minutes We have a puppy now. He’s six months old. He’s a cute little tyrant and oh, we love him so! He just had his first training session. The trainer said he’s a nice little fellow who likes to throw tantrums when you ask him to do something he doesn’t want to do. The first time he attempted his signature “bronco” move on the leash, she looked down, gave a swift tug to his collar and
Reading Time: 7 minutes I remember the day I decided not to get upset when a driver cut me off on the freeway entrance. This was a monumental decision and in hindsight the beginning of a new level of spiritual maturity, though I didn’t know it at the time.
Reading Time: 3 minutes What are you supposed to do with these ambiguous dreams that don’t seem to have a direct message but leave you feeling like you just bathed in mud?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you know how to find out what your dreams means? How many times have you asked the question, “What does my dream mean?” Instead of getting lost within the countless encyclopedia symbols online to find the meaning of your dream, why not try this simple technique below to begin.
Reading Time: < 1 minute I’m on Substack now sending out some good cheer weekly. I
Reading Time: 3 minutes Did you know that you can recall your dreams? I hear often, “I know I dreamed, but I can’t ever remember them.” This can be rectified but it takes some commitment and focus.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I began to have dreams that were of a much more “peering beyond the veil” type. When my father died, I would have dreams about it, conversations with him, visits where we’d be talking intently yet casually. But then suddenly, lucidly, I’d realize …