Thought of the Day–3/31/18

Thought of the Day—Politically speaking, I think we are all reaching into the same giant can of mixed nuts.  Of course, there are several different varieties of nuts in the can and we all have our own preferences, but at the end of the day they are all the same …just plain old nuts…

Thought of the Day–3/30/18

Thought of the Day—There resides in each of us a mystery.  It begins with an invisible tie that binds together the hearts of family.  Some members are bonded by blood while others are bonded by adoption, either by one of a legal means, marriage or other circumstances but each just as important and vital as the others; for their branches are grafted into the main family tree and the same lifeblood of family runs through each branch.  And even though there may be internal struggles within the family at times, when adversity comes that same love deepens, the impenetrable bond broadens and together becomes a formidable shield of defense and protection against its’ foe.  Today, let us not knit pick and illuminate our differences but instead, celebrate our uniqueness as part of the unwavering inclusion of family…

Thought of the Day–3/28/18

Thought of the Day—Why is it that we rush to immunize our children from diseases but leave them completely exposed to the negative influences of this world.  We, as adults, are the caretakers and gatekeepers of these young minds and we WILL be held accountable for corrupting them…

Thought of the Day–3/25/18

Thought of the Day—God doesn’t want us to go through life like a simple pane of glass; thin, fragile and easily broken.  Rather, God wants to transform us into strong, transparent, sparkling diamonds.  But we must first submit to His authority and allow God to work in our daily lives; to discipline and teach us His ways.  Bit by bit, He chips away the unnecessary and harmful habits in our lives until we become a useful multi-faceted gem that reflects His beauty…not our own…

Thought of the Day–3/23/18

Thought of the Day—Believe it or not, the only constant in life is change and that is a very good thing.  If we never allowed God to change our attitudes and behaviors, we could never be molded into what He had intended for us to be.  So as you face another of life’s challenges head on, have faith that God actually knows what He is doing.  Just consider your pain and tears, your loss or your trials as life experiences that can be transformed into uniquely hued embroidery floss, applied by God to the beautiful, intricate and very ornate tapestry of your life.  Allow Him to delicately but deliberately interweave the ordinary into something quite extraordinary…YOU…