Writhe in agony, O Daughter of Zion, like a woman in labor, for now you must leave the city to camp in the open field. You will go to Babylon; there you will be rescued. There the Lord will redeem you out of the hand of your enemies. But now many nations are gathered against… Continue reading The threshing floor
Hopefully y'all don't mind some really real, heart-level posts back-to-back. I promise to get back to our regularly scheduled oils & fitness programming soon. There's just a lot swirling in my heart right now and I think it's too good not to share! To be very transparent, this summer has been hard. Hard in a… Continue reading It’s about the Kingdom
This week my diploma finally arrived. When I saw the package I audibly gasped. All by myself. Just gasping on the driveway. A lot of people told me I would never get my degree if I didn’t go straight to college after high school. I’m proud to say they were wrong, but I’d be lying… Continue reading Am I Real Yet?
I have a problem. It's childish and embarrassing to admit. It causes me to throw temper tantrums sometimes and get irrationally emotional about the silliest of things. I am chronically disappointed. No, not in the sense that I can never be pleased. I don't walk around with a frown and a bad attitude about my… Continue reading For the chronically disappointed
Something that has been on my mind frequently over the past few months is the realization that my life now is so vastly different from what I would have imagined it would be 5 years ago. It’s a strange and somewhat heavy thing to acknowledge the ways in which my best-laid-plans haven’t unfolded and others… Continue reading When Life Doesn’t Go the Way You Planned