Archive for November, 2012
Twin girls, Brielle and Kyrie, were born 12 weeks ahead of their due date. Needing intensive care, they were placed in separate incubators. Kyrie began to gain weight. Her weight eventually stabilized. But Brielle, only 2 pounds at birth, had trouble breathing, heart problems and other complications. She was not expected to live.
Their nurse did everything she could to help Brielle thrive, but nothing she did helped. After having done all she could, their nurse went against hospital policy and placed both babies in the same incubator. She left the twin girls to sleep and when she returned, she found a sight she could not believe. She called all the nurses and doctors and the picture above is what they saw. Read the rest of this entry »
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Gods Word can and should be our guide to living productive lives. Living by faith dictates that there has to be something other than our own abilities that we can depend on to guide us through life. When it comes to living by faith, our “vision” is severely limited. Gods Word is the instrument that we can use to see into a realm that cannot be seen. Read the rest of this entry »
The older I get the more I come to understand how little control I have over my life. I also understand how important it is to live by faith in God daily. We make decisions in our lives and we think we’re in control, but we aren’t. And if given the opportunity would you really want to be in control? Read the rest of this entry »
Childlike trust in God takes God at His Word regardless of all reasoning’s, trusting that His word is absolute truth. Likewise, our own children come into the world completely trusting our words as parents. I admit that I’m a practical joker…sometimes to a fault. I remember one particular joke I played on my eldest daughter Jackie, who is now 30. At the time of the joke she must have been about 3-4 years old. As we were driving past a manufacturing plant she eyed a tall exhaust vent with steam coming out of it. With a childlike fascination she asked me, “Daddy, what do they make there?” Without missing a beat I gave her the most honest answer I could at the time. I said. “Oh, that’s where they make clouds”. ;) Read the rest of this entry »