Monday, March 4, 2013

The impossible Christian life, made possible by Him

Your Christian life is to be a continuous proof that God works impossibilities.
– Andrew Murray –

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Friday, August 3, 2012

America's depravity of indifference

I learned something new today about the law. You can be charged with murder if you stand by and watch someone die without trying to save or help them. Our government calls it, "Depraved Indifference." But is this not a contradiction to what they legalize?

Protesting abortion is not looked favorably upon and calling a "fetus" a living child is not politically correct .

1 million babies are aborted every year.

These numbers are staggering. A second Holocaust is happening before our very eyes. However, these babies are not the only ones without an advocate. 

There are 148 million orphans in the world.

148 million children who don't know the love of the Father...

27 million slaves.

27 million? That's more than in the day of William Wilberforce - more than there's ever been. I was unaware of this fact; I thought that the issue was already dealt with. 

"Open thy mouth for the dumb in cause of all such as are appointed destruction. Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy." {Prov. 31: 8-9}

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Inspirational Scripture

"But ye have an unction from the Holy One, and ye know all things." 
 - I John 2:20

[unc-tion n., 4. "utterance that is fervent and earnest."
(Webster's New World Dictionary)

Wednesday, July 25, 2012


       Having recently been inspired by Shoshanna Easling, I am embarking on an exciting journey into the world of herbs..... 

       I've grown up knowing the benefits and healing properties of herbs, as well as the culinary uses, however, I've never delved into learning the information as I should. Beginning this summer until... well, however long it takes me, I plan on studying out each herb; being able to recognize them in the wild, harvest them appropriately, learn the culinary uses of each, make poultices, tinctures and the like. 

       About three weeks back, or so, I made a decision to stop eating anything with gluten or sugar in it...(well, I actually have had some sugar - i.e. Vanilla almond milk, yogurt, some dried fruits and then some natural sugar: fruits, pure maple syrup [yes, definitely healthy] and organic honey from our friends). It's been difficult to turn down homemade biscuits, pizza, croutons, tortillas, etc... But, unlike sugar that is eaten in moderation and is used for energy or can be worked off, gluten for my blood type ("O") is not only unhealthy, It is not digestible. So in the following days, weeks and months, I will also be trying out new gluten -free recipes, grinding and making my own flour, and making yummy snacks. 

       I will do my best to blog about each new experience and hopefully you can learn something out of it as well.