I share the thoughts and prayers in this blog as a testimony to the great love, patience, and goodness of the Lord our God.
When did I begin this journey toward wholeness? I had thought I began in early November of last year, but really, I’ve been on the journey all my Christian life. Likewise, I had thought it ended by the first of March this year, but again, my walk toward wholeness won’t end until my life on … Continue reading Encouragement for the Anxious
Twisted thoughts and fears aggravated my anxiety in the journey toward wholeness. I suspected that so far, I hadn’t lived very well the life God gave me. I’d been tangled in self-focus and tripped up by mixed motives and other things displeasing to the Lord. I feared that now it was too late, and I … Continue reading Too Late?
8 As I struggled through sleepless nights and shaky days, regrets often surfaced. In late November, I wrote this prayer: Dear Lord, You are God, the only God. You are the One who has ultimate control. I want to fit into Your plans, for they are good. You have always been faithful to me. … Continue reading Prayers in the Valley
My mind in depression-anxiety mode gravitates to guilt. Past wrongs I’ve done loom large in my life. Even good sermons sound like, “You ought to have been or done better; you should be or do better; shame on you.” Now I’m not talking about real guilt for which there is a solution. It’s important to … Continue reading Guilty or Not Guilty?