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I want It All Book Review

I want It All Book Review

I Want It All by Gwen Smith book review. I Want It All by Gwen Smith     Women’s Non-Fiction David C Cook  Do you struggle with sleepy faith syndrome? God created you for exceptional impact. Exceptional power. And exceptional blessings. Gwen Smith knows how easy it is to dismiss God’s plans with the thoughts, … Continue reading

Merry Christmas – 2014

Merry Christmas – 2014

Merry Christmas, dear friend! While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in manager, because there was no guest room available for them. Luke 2:7.Just for fun!   Blessing, Kaseye

Women of Christmas

Women of Christmas

For the last several years I’ve really struggled with Christmas; because Christmas seems to be shrouded in materialism…rather than Christ. Sales and Stuff!Stores shout sales and papers ring discounts and commercials promote spending (always spending)…and I wrestle with how to keep Christ in Christmas. This time of year can become a three ring circus if … Continue reading

God’s Shining Light

God’s Shining Light

My oldest son and I sit, flipping through magazines, in the eye doctor’s office waiting for our appointment. “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” plays on the radio.  An older gentleman–once vibrant now on decline–waits.  Confusion cloud’s his mind–making him angry.  He is going from the light to darkness–dementia.  It could be any of us…someday … Continue reading

Need To Be Rescued

Need To Be Rescued

Eve plucked that fruit from that limb, slipped it ever so slowly into her mouth, and took that faithful bite…paradise was lost! Sin slithered into her soul and made its home within. Every generation thereafter was destined to inherited her sin nature. The ugliness of sin poured onto the earth and tainted all beneath its … Continue reading

Worst Of Us?

Worst Of Us?

Why, oh why, do our loved ones get the worst of us? That friendly smile we offered to the check-out clerk…gone when we arrive home. An enthusiastic “hello” to an acquaintance we haven’t seen in years. A fellow shopper drops packages and we hurry to assist, but do we extend the same courtesy to our … Continue reading

Laid Him In A Manager

Laid Him In A Manager

Season’s Greetings, my friend! So excited you stopped by. You are always welcome here! Please visit often. Each day, up until Christmas, I will be posting a photo of a decorated mailbox and a scripture. Count blessings, Kasey