Watercolor Painting by Becky Kim

In preparation for Easter, I plan to simplify my life more, make greater sacrifices, and see how God is leading me in…

Showing kindness

Giving alms

Patiently bearing trials

Proclaim to everyone, “JESUS LOVES YOU!”

Praise God, March is arriving!


A Bing Image

The constant and quiet rain of today invites me to write about what rises in my heart in a special letter to God.

I cannot deny the desires to grow more intimately with You, my Lord, and to be transformed by the renewal of my mind in your presence.  In so doing, I attest to your holy Word:

“For by grace you have been saved through faith, and this is not your own doing, it is the gift of grace of God.”  –Ephesians2:8

I thank you, Lord for this gift is Christ himself indwelling in me, the source of me being saved…and the key to mankind’s salvation.

My Friend, have you ever written a love letter to God?  I highly recommend it as a lofty cleansing exercise that liberates the body, mind and soul.  Your heart will expand with so much love, deepen your faith and your letter will be treasured in heaven.  If you do this, let me know how it goes!


Painting by Warren Salman

At the end of the day, come sit with me

I know how weary you are, busying about

Plans gone awry, your disappointment high

At the end of the day, come sit with me

I will undress your fears, relieve your stress

I know you will do your best tomorrow

At the end of the day, come sit with me

I love you like no one else can…

says the good Lord.


A Pexels Image

Again, are these forty days and nights that I should attempt to correct preconceived notions and surrender ‘my will?’  A journey to deface idols, stamp out shadows and clear tears of remorse…yes, Lord.

I continually discover that Lent builds on itself as stepping stones seeking answers and comfort from God…always to realize that He loves me for who I am and not for what I do.  Christ’s heart is always ‘moved with pity’ for genuine repentance. This is true for everyone.

“I am like a growing olive tree, in the house of God; I trust in the goodness of God forever.”  –Psalm 52:8

May this Lenten campaign truly achieve ‘a clean heart’ in everyone’s soul.