Tag Archives: anxiety & depression

GROWING OLD IS OVERRATED

“You know you’re old when someone compliments you on your alligator shoes, and you’re barefoot.” Phyllis Diller My weekly planner looks like I’ve become very popular lately. There’s an appointment for almost every day of the week, and my doc … Continue reading

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THE PERFECT PRAYER

Prayer was important to Jesus. He would often escape to a quiet place to talk with His Father.  His time was limited, because of the big following He was gaining, but that didn’t stop Him.  The disciples saw their rabbi … Continue reading

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GOD’S VOICE CAN BE A WHISPER

How do you hear the voice of God? Is it in the beauty of His creation? Is it found in relationships or in the good deeds that we do? Is it a loud thunderous sound coming from the heavens, or … Continue reading

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POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE?

There are days, when we really have to look hard for things that make us feel good about ourselves, our lives, our futures or our past.  Those are the hardest days to get through, because we often find ourselves dwelling on … Continue reading

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LEAN ON HIM!

When those we love are hurting physically or emotionally, it’s hard to sit back and do nothing. We want to fix things and make them better. Unfortunately, it isn’t always possible for us to do that. We often find it … Continue reading

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