I recently watched an inflight movie as we flew from Washington, D.C. to Chicago and there was a song in the movie entitled “Everything Must Go.” It had to do with death and other changes in relationships, which I found very clever. The foundational layer of meaning had to do with the most familiar use … Continue reading Everything Must Go
On this Feast of Christ the King, I have a video to share from one of my favorite social media personalities, Bishop Robert Barron. It's only a little over 2 minutes long and it's powerful and to the point, as he usually is on every topic. Watch it and listen to his advice in the … Continue reading Christ, the King
"I bless the Lord who counsels me; even at night my heart exhorts me. I keep the Lord before me; With him at my right hand, I shall never be shaken. Therefore my heart is glad, my soul rejoices; my body also dwells secure..." - Psalm 16: 7-9 "You guard my heart with Your truth … Continue reading Hearts
Psalm 11 is about trust in God. I work on this ALL the time! How about you? Maybe you're better at that trust thing than I am. I try mightily to give everything up to God: all my worries, upcoming challenges, the people I love, my desires, my fears. But then I find myself wrestling … Continue reading “Jesus, I trust in You”
Psalm 6 asks God the question, "How long?" How long must I wait? Seems like I am often waiting. But the irony is, I don't have to wait for God. God has always been ever patiently waiting for me! I need to surrender to Him, that's all. Give it all to Him, my life, my … Continue reading How Long?
Psalm 4 talks about trusting God when things get rough. I love it. As one who believes in absolute truth that comes to us through Jesus Christ who is "the Way, the Truth, and the Life," it is comforting in a world where relativism is so prevalent. And what is this absolute truth? That God … Continue reading Give my heart more joy