There are three women who, unbeknownst to them (and not totally consciously to me either, until recently) inspired the writing of Favored One, and exactly this year–the year I decided to publish the novel of the woman chosen to physically bear the Word of God in her body, and the year I became a differentlyContinue reading “Irrational?”
Oh for goodness’ sake. If I can’t even keep up with this blog by posting stuff I’ve already written, there may be no help for me. Here are the rest of the readings and associated thoughts and questions to conclude Part One of When God Is Invisible. 7th Reading – Esther 5 What do youContinue reading “All the Other Readings”
By the time I got to Leviticus, though, I couldn’t make heads or tails of it.
if I’m doing something that I can’t handle but God has asked of me, then I have to trust that in fact, He’s going to do it, and I am truly confident that He can do a lot more than I ever could.
“All things are possible with God.” –Jesus (Mark 10.27) Merry Christmas, you impossible camels.
“Oh, Jenn is catching up with feminism! How cute!”
I’m not sure it’s actually possible to idolize the Bible…
I said, “Actually, I’ve come to a whole host of realizations about our childhood on the basis of some boxes I discovered here over the weekend.”
“Discipline” sounds regimented and dull. It sounds like punishment. It sounds like it could be guilt-inducing. It doesn’t sound at all like the way to foster freely-given and spontaneous love for anybody.