This is a great question that I read yesterday, asked by Jim Staney.
How many of you would remind God of how much He loves your enemies? How many of you would be willing to actually ask God to remove the charges from them; to not punish them; to forgive them, for they know not what they do?
Years ago, I couldn’t have done it but today I can and it brings me peace, peace that was one adrift in my life. Peace that God has now anchored in my soul. What about you?
Warning: The following story may be disturbing to some readers. Reader discretion is advised.
Hi my name is Dara, I am a “Newbie”, I found this website when I was searching author forums & Advice on getting something I have worked on for a long time, that means a great deal to me personally published for charity purposes. I started a Tumblr blog in September after losing my 18-year-old younger brother Casey to a heroin overdose this past August. Continue reading My First Christmas Without My Brother
I want to thank fellow blogger Minimooey for this post. Family loyalty was the highest prized virtue to my mother. She wanted everyone to think she was the perfect mother. That her boys did no wrong. At four years old, when I told her about the rapes, she shamed me and started spreading lies about me throughout the entire family. She said I was the troubled child, the bad one, the disrespectful one, the disobedient one, all while the boys were getting arrested and bringing drug and alcohol addictions to her door steps, robbing her house, stealing her car and emptying her bank account, but I was the bad one, “Nothing but trouble since the day I was born” were the words that came out of her mouth.
Then the day came when I found my voice and I started to speak out, spilling her secrets, exposing her shame. Family members didn’t have to question because the pictures she painted and the lives that they lived told their own story. They told a thousand words of truth. A thousand words of truth where Mercy cannot rob justice.
Continue reading Mercy Cannot Rob Justice
I love, love, love this vacuum cleaner. I’ve actually had it for several years now but wanted to wait to do a post on it to see how it held up since it promised (and still does) the mighty power of “never” losing suction plus it came with a five-year warranty. Yes > Gotta love that!
Continue reading Suck It Up > Put an End to the Nastiness!
This show was so much fun and Jayson and Venice are such an inspiration. Have you ever been in an inter-denominational relationship? What did you learn from it and how did it change your life? We’d love to hear from you.