Earlier this year I explored the question, “who sees the real you?” I talked about how being real requires us to be honest and authentic. Another characteristic of being real is having the ability to be vulnerable. Showing vulnerability is hard because it’s in our nature to protect ourselves and always hold a little
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Restored The longer I stood there staring at the scratches in the wood, the more melancholy I became. Shutting my eyes I could easily picture my grandmother opening and closing the drawers in the chest as she put away her white handkerchiefs; most likely the ones with the embroidered roses and lace lining the edges.
The first thing I noticed about Queen was that her name fit her quite well. Even among the conditions she was living in, she still held her head in a regal manner befitting of royalty. Once I put a leash on her and we began walking, I noticed several other things about her. First, she
“Pray to God for rain—it’s time for the spring rain— to God, the rainmaker, Spring thunderstorm maker…” Zechariah 10:1 MSG I’ve never been a big fan of storms, especially the ones that ricochet with all that wild thunder and lightening. I fully believe God has it under control and always will, but something about