Yesterday, one of the kids in Sunday School broke one of my Resurrection Eggs. It made me upset, I might even say I was mad! I know, it’s just an ordinary plastic egg, and if it was just any plastic egg, it wouldn’t matter. But the Resurrection Eggs are special to me…not the plastic egg […]


Good Friday come and go, usually with nothing more than attending a Good Friday service at church and a fish sandwich at McDonald’s, the last day of the discount btw. I did a quick search to see what John Piper has to say about Good Friday that I can meditate on, and found his wonderful […]

People say, Let’s talk over a cup of coffee. But I don’t drink coffee. Or they say, Let’s do lunch. But I don’t want to spend money eating out (unless they’re treating). How about getting together to walk and talk? In addition to being a healthier alternative, which is already a good enough reason, here […]

Don’t let the title confuse you. I am 100% pro-life. But a friend brought up an interesting thought yesterday. Let me see if I can get this to make sense: She said that in America, life is so precious. In other countries, ie Libya and other war-torn nations, so many people die. We always think […]

Another good read from Max Lucado. Max on Life is a book of Q &  A on all sorts of topics in life, as the name of the book is aptly titled. The book is so readable it’s almost like sitting down with Lucado and asking him these questions. Most answers are contained in one […]

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Before every big event that I am involved with, I usually have a nightmare. Last night, I dreamt that I was late to the event we are having tonight, tables weren’t set up the way it should, the food was not there, and to top it off, I realized I was booked to MC two […]

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To retrain for jobs in this economy, it’s a good idea to take classes from an online college. You can do it at your own time, without wasting travel time, and it’s cheaper too. While the degree options may be limited, there is still enough to choose from, both undergraduate and graduate classes are available. […]

In Bible Study Fellowship today, in the study of Isaiah 58-59, I had an insight. Religious activities – fasting, praying and keeping the Sabbath were the context in Isaiah, can be a cover for the sins that we need to deal with in our heart. “Religious people” run the risk of thinking that they are […]

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The safest investment is probably gold. IRA gold is a good long term investment. In today’s economy of the devalued dollar, gold will hold its value. You can also invest in gold by rolling into a 401k gold account. I don’t know how that works, but I’m sure some expert investment company can help you. […]

I read this in my Bible Study Fellowship lesson on Isaiah this week: God’s people were to live in the hope of His final outcome and in the confidence of His present faithfulness. … “My salvation is close at hand and my righteousness will soon be revealed” Isaiah 56:1. I am learning to lean on […]

I pray throughout the day about things that come into my mind, and about immediate happenings as I encounter them, but if I don’t have a time where I simply sit and pray, I feel that something is missing. Praying while walking, praying while driving, praying while doing dishes, folding laundry, vacuuming, are all fine, […]

I came into this book with high expectations. It’s a book by a New York Times best-selling author, and it’s a Christian fiction. Since I do not read much Christian fiction, I was really looking forward to a good read. The Final Summit by Andy Andrews is not what I expected at all. It’s the […]


1. Mouth sores – I get them all the time. Have one right on the tip of my tongue right now. 2. Rotten food in the refrigerator that I can’t locate. – The frige smells every time I open it, but I can’t find what the culprit is. 3.Post nasal drip. – I have allergies […]


Thoughts for today: Nothing is a surprise to God – that’s right, He’s never had a surprise party…. Unlike God, we are often taken by surprise when things don’t turn out the way we planned. We have hopes that things might be a certain way, or that things should be a certain way. But to […]