Tag Archives: Sharon Bell

Easter

  THE CUP AND THE BREAD   We remember the cup And we remember the bread For the blood that flowed Down Your thorn-pierced head. Your body bruised and broken So our souls don’t have to be. Our freedom really wasn’t free And is only found at Calvary. We owed sin’s awful costly debt, But […]

God’s Eye View

THE VIEW FROM ABOVE Being a frequent flyer has given me many opportunities to view the earth from a different perspective.  I am still amazed that on a clear day, from 30,000 feet up, you can see that the landscape is laid out in very clearly delineated squares, rectangles, and other geometric shapes.  The effect […]

Woman in red listening to woman in black

Lean on Each Other in Troubled Times

Lean on Each Other in Troubled Times I was reading a Proverbs 31 devotional this morning and saw something that I had never really focused on before. We have committed to memory and frequently quote the scripture “I can do all this through him [Christ] who gives me strength.” (Philippians 4:13 NIV). It is certainly […]

Recalculating on the Path

Recalculating Your Way Through Life I have zero sense of direction. When I travel, I always carry my Magellan portable GPS. The most beautiful word I have ever heard “Maggie the Magellan lady” say to me is “recalculating”. THANK…YOU…MAGGIE! That means that even though I made a wrong turn, she can still get me where […]

Black woman contemplating

Can You “Let It Go?”

  Is the Grass Always Greener? I recently sat in on the last two sessions of a women’s Bible study which were focused on a book called “Let It Go” by Karen Ehman (http://www.karenehman.com/about-karen/). I haven’t read the book, but I hope to since what I heard from Karen’s video in those two study sessions […]

Easter is the Most Significant Day in Christian Life

Setting Healthy Boundaries

Blue Jays and Boundaries   The blue jay is a stunningly beautiful bird, but what he offers in beauty, he lacks in balance.  He has a well-earned reputation for being the neighborhood bully.  He stakes his claim to territory, whether rightfully his or not, and staunchly defends it. His tactics are aggressive and downright selfish […]