Saturday, June 28, 2008
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Before you watch, pray. In fact, we're commanded to pray without ceasing. Make sure your armor is on.,
Do they have any actual "proof" of healings? I have proof of my son's healing...but only after months of prayer, fasting, prayer and fasting. God healed him in the still of the night or the dawn's first blush -- I don't know which. But his healing is miraculous. And precious. A wonderful, lovely, loving testament to God's faithfulness. Not the byproduct of a carnival hawker's touch in the midst of a drunken frenzy. But in the stillness, in the quiet, God granted earthly healing to my precious boy. In His own good time. In His own beautiful way.
And had He never healed my son this side of Heaven, He would still be there in the stillness to comfort - to lead - to love. Because He is my Father. And I still would give Him all the glory - albeit with a heavier heart - for He alone is worthy to be praised. Not TB, not these "Angels" (fallen, I believe), noone! Only God!
Thursday, June 12, 2008
I'll update later...after the smoke clears.
Monday, June 9, 2008
I'm a bit of a political junkie. The only problem is, I can't find a decent fix. As you can see at right, I'm a conservative...but I just can't get excited about John McCain. I suppose he's a good man. I know he's a bona fide war hero, but there are just too many issues on which we differ. With other elections I've had at least a couple of points of agreement to which I could cling. Not so much this time.
In the primary, I voted "Uncommitted". It was all over by the time we had ours, though I'd hoped Fred Thompson or Duncan Hunter would've done better so I could at least throw them a symbolic vote. There wasn't a space to write someone in, or I would've written in Ronald Reagan. Just because I miss him. I disagreed with some of his points - more so with Nancy's - but what a man!
Oh, I'll vote for McCain, alright. Preventative voting, you could call it. But I won't like it.