“It is what it is…” was apparently first coined around 1949, rising in popularity from the 1990’s forward. Now, we occasionally hear it in films or uttered by famous people, or even someone we know around us. It pretty much just means “accept it and move on.” It’s very fatalistic. So the other night, right… Read More It Is What It Is… Or Is It?
So unless you’ve been offline for ages, you are aware of all the hoopla going on about the royal wedding we had this past weekend (May 19, 2018) . Meghan Markle, an American actress (read “commoner”) married Prince Harry, the Queen’s grandson and sixth in line for the throne. As a”commoner” (i.e., someone NOT British… Read More Royalty, Protocol and God
There’s an old English children’s nursery rhyme that says, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never break me.” Pretty much everyone has heard this rhyme and quoted it constantly. But you know what? That rhyme is a huge lie. And through that lie, the enemy has easily fulfilled his calling –… Read More How Important Are Your Words?
Lately, I’d been catching up my reading of blogs that I follow. I’m not talking all ministry blogs; I have several secular ones I enjoy, also. I was reading one that I’ve been following quite a long time and finally realized that God had been prompting me to quit and I needed to. I’d been… Read More Living God’s Way Isn’t Easy