UNEMPLOYED! – Sent on Saturday Letter #4, part 1

Dearest Angela, How wonderful it was to see you during your vacation! How I loved every moment near you, seeing you with Dan! It is simply wonderful to watch the two of you relate to each other. You have hardly lost the glow of a new bride. You remind me of myself when I was your age. … Continue reading UNEMPLOYED! – Sent on Saturday Letter #4, part 1

Tired, Alone, Scared, Misguided, but Safe in the Everlasting Arms

Here is a horrifying truth: A great number of women are satisfied with having an ungodly husband until something causes them to start thinking about the results. Having children causes us to think more carefully. We suddenly can see that marrying an unsaved man was a wrong decision. What we do not see is the reason … Continue reading Tired, Alone, Scared, Misguided, but Safe in the Everlasting Arms

Pyramids of Egypt

The Exceptions to “Yes, Sir!” — part 2

The Bible gives one big, perfect example of life as a wife, in the life of Abraham’s wife, Sarah. We find a pithy mention of her in 1 Peter 3:4-6, where it talks about the “inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight. For … Continue reading The Exceptions to “Yes, Sir!” — part 2

I Am Venus

I am not especially large. I orbit my sun. I reflect him when darkness encroaches And give evidence of his brilliance. But when I stand between him and his business-- I'm not impressive.