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Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Handiwork of God

A few weeks ago I received a phone call from a friend telling me that the man I dated prior to my husband, the one that I have spoken about that broke my heart, had shared his testimony with his wife at Re-Engage at Lakepointe. After hearing it, I realized for the first time that […]

God Redeems

Trey & I grew up in the same town and even went to the same high school for two years, but our story begins much later. I was friends with his brother, Brent, and fell in love with their parents, Butch and Peggy, when I met them at the age of 16. I had always […]

In Loving Memory of Brianna Escobedo 9/15/98-5/22/13

Bullying others, it was your game. All for fun, not intended for pain. But the words cut deep, they caused me strife And because of it all I took my own life. I now know I should have stood up for myself, But I couldn’t escape my own living hell. So you continue to hurt […]

Forgive Me Father, For I Have Sinned

Over the years, God has been speaking to me very subtly. His voice would start as a soft whisper and over time it would magnify into a loud roar if I didn’t catch on in a timely fashion. Most of the time I caught on at the whisper stage, but then there were times that […]

Put On the Armor of God

Lord, Help me put on the belt of truth today filtering everything the world tells me through the light of Your Word. Remind me with the breastplate of righteousness that I cannot achieve goodness by the things I do or don’t do. You were the perfect sacrifice and I stand forgiven because of my hope […]

Thank You God!

Dear God, I want to take time to remember all the things you have done for me through the years. Oh there are so many things. You have carried me through dark valleys of the shadow of death. You have rejoiced with me on the mountaintops. You have held my hand and helped me take […]

Being Patient During the Wait

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjjjsX8os0s] Patience — the will or ability to wait or endure without complaint; the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with long-term difficulties. Growing up I learned early on that […]