My Redeemer Lives
Oh, that my words were written!Oh, that they were inscribed in a book!That they were engraved on a rockWith an iron pen and lead, forever!For I know that my Redeemer lives,And He shall stand at last on the earth;And after my skin is destroyed, this I know,That in my flesh I shall see God,Whom I… Continue reading My Redeemer Lives
Learning to Suffer Well ~ June 2020
Hello, friends! Despite all appearances to the contrary, it turns out that I have not fallen clear off the face of the earth at some point since my previous blog post! This spring has just been a whirlwind for me and my family – jam-packed with starting a new life in a new town, learning… Continue reading Learning to Suffer Well ~ June 2020
Erin Grá Mo Chroí – A Nostalgic Irish Playlist
The Irish people love music, love their homeland, and never seem to tire of expressing their deep longing for "that dear little isle so far away" through song.
Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands
This is exactly how worried you should be about the Coronavirus.
My First Giveaway!
Hello, friends! Chase Beauty, Choose Joy is turning 1 YEAR OLD this Friday, so I'm celebrating by hosting my very first GIVEAWAY! I thought very carefully about what I wanted to give away and I chose this beautiful set of notebooks from Rifle Paper Co. (Confession: The reason I had to think so hard about… Continue reading My First Giveaway!
Weep With Those Who Weep
I was nearly as low as I had ever been. This was yet another morning in which I had needed help opening the milk jug.
Take Heart ~ New Year’s Day, 2020
Do not fear the future. Do not be anxious as you begin the year or lose heart at the prospect of starting another decade. They will be filled with both blessings and losses yet unknown, but only to us. We serve a good God who knows them all, and who promises to hear us when we pray, to give us a future and a hope, and to think only good towards those who are His.
What will our resurrected bodies be like? Glorified, we know. And perfected. But what will that actually mean for me? Will I be unbruised? Unbroken? Will I be un-scarred?
Book Review: Learning Contentment by Nancy Wilson
This little book revealed many areas in my life in which I am deeply discontent. Thankfully, it also provided practical, straightforward instruction on what to do about that discontent.