Emily Zanotti's report (link below) reveals the terrible changes in New York's penal code with regard to babies who are murdered because of the new abortion law in New York State. It was until a few days ago considered a double murder if someone killed a pregnant woman and her unborn child suffered the same … Continue reading Read it and weep
"Death and life are in the power of the tongue..." - Proverbs 18:21 I've been thinking a lot about words lately. It seems to me that a lot of people have forgotten that words have definitive meaning and that's what makes us able to effectively communicate with one another. Language is crucial to the continuation … Continue reading Words
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