Jesus didn’t say to the sick man He healed at Bethesda, “Cut out gluten and see me again in 2 weeks.” He said, “Wilt thou be made whole?” ~John 5:6 KJV or in the NIV translation, “Do you want to get well?”
A few years back I had an “aww… that’s soooo sad” thought with its associated sinking feeling after seeing a dead deer on the side of the road. But it was immediately followed by something I had read years before that made sense. This reckoning changed everything for me..
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He loved her well, can be interpreted as he did a good job of loving her. It also can be interpreted as he loved her back to health. What might that even look like? It's good stuff!
Did you get the finger wag with it’s accompanying, “You should have known better,” as a kid rather than the arm around the shoulder that says, “How could you have known. You’ve never been in a situation like this before?” If so you have likely developed a high tolerance for pain.
My Valentine’s Day Blog is dedicated to my mom. A handful of you know that she left this world last summer at the age of 91. The Words of Remembrance I wrote in her honor were prompted by some cool stuff that happened the day following her passing and wound up being a conversation about love, gratitude and relationships. What better subjects for the holiday that celebrates love!
Tips for 2019: The heart of the matter may not be where you think it is and the right kind of core strength-training can positively impact all your relationships including your relationship with yourself.
If you can create an abundance of what you don't want then you are just as capable of creating an abundance of what you do want but easier said than done at times.