Who among us is friends with death? Who has played with the locks of his hair, pushed him into a puddle and exchanged poems? Who has played childhood pranks on him, heard his sneaky laughter in a corner during tiresome hide and seek? Collapsed into his arms and found comfort, peered into his eyes and... Continue Reading →
Psalm 121;7 “The Lord will keep you from all harm, he will watch over your life”.
30th July 2016, a brother’s birthday party. While I thought that I had learnt how to live, I had learnt how to die. Made few wrong decisions and ended up having a chat with death, a brother screaming on a passenger’s seat, and a friend confused at the backseat.
I believed in God before then, i still do today, but from that moment on (30th July 2016), i had evidence to defend Psalm 121;7 “The Lord will keep you from all harm, he will watch over your life”.
We Survive By His Grace
Today i am able to slide memories of the fateful day and proudly reference 2 Timothy 4:18 – The Lord will rescue me from every evil attack and will bring me safely to his heavenly kingdom. To him be glory for ever and ever. Amen.
A smile is the universal welcome.-- Max Eastman That swift hand pulled me gently forward, saying "Come, let me show you my people." And there I stood in the midst of them, radiating warmth, feeling their kindness only a few breaths away, inwardly hearing their laughter for future days, their strength empowering me from shoulder... Continue Reading →
A final word on balancing self, building character and settling down: the Basic Girl.
Trials. Tribulation. Severe conflicts. Illness. Uncertainty of life. Heavy Aloneness. Fatigue. Lord, rescue me from my gloom! I hurt at being a friend to my agonies whilst being indifferent to my little joys! I’d like to be cheerful through the storms and happy in your comfort. Your rest is my peace and joy, and my... Continue Reading →
How often have you thought about what being a woman meant in the times of the Bible? If we don’t look closely enough, we’d be quick to suggest female insubordination, abuse and humiliation. But, oh, there is more!
Can the spirit of a mortal Live beyond the reach of trouble? Knowing not a painful struggle, Ever joyful in the Lord? -D.S. Warner (1893) Joy is not the absence of pain or trails; but the peace and security that shines through our small smiles as the storm rages over and around us. "I pray... Continue Reading →