In the Haze of Our Days, We Can Praise Our Husbands

It’s easy to praise God, isn’t it? After all, He loved us so much that He sent His Son, Jesus, to pay the price for our sins, so that we could be with Him forever. He’s also worked in our lives in so many ways.

If we are honest, we might admit that sometimes, it’s not so easy to praise our spouses.

After all, what has he done for me lately?

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From Stale Greetings to Blessings

Grace and peace to you from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ.” Ephesians 1:2

Good morning! How are you?

Fine. You?

Great!

What if we turned stale greetings into blessings?

When I remember the sweet times that I have had with my daughter, I smile and want to bless her. I recently texted her to remind her of a gift she gave me decades ago. It makes me smile every time I see it or touch it. She saved her allowance and bought a tiny, gold filigree grand piano, complete with miniature sheet music and a fragile bench for my birthday.  It still sits on my piano. When I see that little gift, I remember our loving relationship, and I reach out to bless her.

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Kissed by the Name

Fifty-two years ago this month, my husband, Keith, stole a kiss by the elevator in the university’s dorm. Public Display of Affection! We’d just been lectured about that from our floor monitor.

Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth! Song of Solomon 1:2

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Selfless Heroes … God At Work

I saw pain. Hurt. Friends. Love. God at work today.

I sat in the heat and the sun outside the emergency room of Loma Linda University Medical Center today. I waited for news. And I watched the hurting people. I observed the family and friends waiting for news. Good news. Bad news.

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