Like most parents, we are constantly reviewing the difference between good and bad decisions with our son. This usually happens at the dinner table. "Tell me something good about today," I prompt my son. This is followed by the less well-received, "Did anything bad happen today that you want to talk about?"...more
The other night at dinner our six year old son told us about a couple of boys calling some little girls names on the bus. He said he didn't join in because he knew it wasn't right. What was my reaction? I waited until he wasn't there and I cried, and cried, and cried.
Not the reaction you were expecting?...more
Hallelujah! Blessed be The Name, haShem, of The Lord! Baruch haShem! El Elyon is The Most High! I am His child! He chose me! Ye'shua The true Messiah suffered, died on the tree, was buried, and rose again the third day afterward. He is The Life, The Way, The Truth!__________________________________http://www.generationcedar.com/main/2009/06/whats-wrong-with-the-shack-13-heresies.html...more
Sometimes I frustrate my husband as I help navigate on the road, because I'll get a case of 'directional dyslexia.' If we need to make a right turn, I'll say with complete assurance, "Left!", even as I wave my hand to the right. This can happen with interstate directions too, where I may mix up east and west (but not north/south..hmm.) He's learned to politely listen and just follow the hand.
The world around us has a more serious case of directional dyslexia! The dilemma is described clearly in Isaiah 5:20-21: