Category: What is Divine Intervention?

On the Rocks?

I had long been a shipwreck-in-progress, albeit in ultra slow motion. It wasn’t until I was nearly forty that I actually crashed, frightened and forlorn, vulnerable and exposed, on the rocks, caught in a storm that simply would not pass over. Old friends saw my need for rescue and pointed me into the rooms of recovery. Read More …

Empty View?

I felt sad yesterday to see several women on <em>The View</em> mocking the idea that a person can hear from Jesus. To me, it was a call to prayer, especially because I was just like that once: unwittingly a prisoner, trapped within invisible walls that were as thick as Jericho. It was no coincidence that I encountered Read More …

Hard Things?

Am I teachable and willing to face hard things, consider hard things, even do hard things? For now, I can say yes; my answer is YES, only because I have experienced “bad things” morphing into some of the best things that have ever happened to me. Through some really challenging circumstances in my life, I Read More …

Oy the Relief?

I am grateful to have a brain and a mind capable of discerning the incredible handiwork in nature. Its astounding intricacy makes it seem (to me) unscientific to deny Intelligent Design. Wouldn’t it be preposterous to suggest that a tornado could blow through a junkyard and make a car? Yet we think a Big Bang Read More …

Empty Bowls?

The pages of my morning journal now contain these scribbled words: “Child, it is time to return to recording My still small voice. You need My Wisdom to feed your faith, without which, events and human foibles will dismay you. Feed on my Bread of Life and drink My Living Water, for, already, you are Read More …