Tag Archives: trusting God

If the crew isn't worried about the bumps, then I'm not either. God isn't worried about the storm, so we shouldn't be either!

Let God Deal With The Turbulence

    There are times in flight when the bumps start adding up… the turbulence is sustained, and you begin to wonder! But after almost two million miles strapped into a seat on an aluminum tube hurtling at terrifically fast speeds while 35,000 feet above the ground, I’ve developed a philosophy. Regardless of the turbulence […]

How to snatch sleep back from insomnia. God's got you... even through the night hours.


  “Don’t you know he enjoys giving rest to those he loves?” Psalm 127:2 MSG It is estimated that sleep-related problems affect 50 to 70 million Americans of all ages and socioeconomic classes. I would hope that not many Christians are included in those statistics. But in spite of Psalm 127’s assurances regarding God’s desire […]

God is concerned with all the 'stuff' that clogs our lives. He's the only One who can address every issue.

Lots Of Stuff – Only One God!

    Oh, the stuff accumulating in our lives. Stuff that wearies us, confuses us, frightens us and lays claim to more of our sanity and time than it has the right to. Stuff like sickness, doctor’s visits, flu and covid vaccines, slowing steps as we age, worry over other’s health, sick days and eating […]

It's always safe to trust the Lord... always the first and best reaction to any difficulty.

It’s Always Safe…

  “Vindicate me, O Lord, for I have walked in my integrity;  I have [relied on and] trusted [confidently] in the Lord  without wavering and I shall not slip.” Psalm 26:1 AMP   What’s a person to do when health fails? It’s always safe to trust the Lord! What do you do when maliciousness comes from a former […]

God wants us to be childlike ... to believe beyond our imaginations!

Children Again

  “And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children,  you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 18:3 NIV   Jesus is not talking to children here … they’re already child-like. It’s we adults, who are apparently missing out on the unique characteristics of being children. And truth […]