Wait

Wait is a difficult word for me. It doesn’t matter if the situation is good or bad. I just can’t seem to stand it. When a problem arises in my life, I want God to hurry up and rescue me. I squirm under the pressure. If heavy enough, I feel a lack of oxygen – CAN’T BREATH! Ugh! Continue reading “Wait”

Different

I have always been attracted to unusual. The different. It seems there is this pattern my heart follows. I find something that amuses or interests me, I cherish it, then soak in the joy of it, only to lose interest when its popularity grows. Once everyone wants it, I’m so over it. Continue reading “Different”

Familiar

My Five-Minute-Friday writing group sent out the prompt word for today. It’s familiar. It seems like the perfect follow up for the day after Thanksgiving. After all, familiar is what we want for holidays, right? We like traditions – all things familiar. No surprises – like discovering the oven isn’t working and the turkey is still frozen at dinner time. Ugh. Continue reading “Familiar”

Need

Have you ever heard people say that church is just a crutch? It’s just another form of addiction? They believe that dependency on God is no different than dependency on chemicals or other substances. They choose to be addicted to drugs than God. At least, that is their justification. Continue reading “Need”

Discover

Today, I wanted to start my Five-Minute-Friday blog by defining this week’s prompt word – Discover. Have you ever Googled that word? I have. Guess what I got. Yep, credit card advertisement listings. I was disgusted that such a great word could land results which are linked to such much greed. Continue reading “Discover”

Invited

Today, I’m taking on a new challenge within the Write-31-Days Challenge. It’s called Five-Minute-Fridays. A single word gets posted to the Facebook group every Friday. The challenge is to write for 5 minutes on that topic. I am short on time today, so . . . it seemed like a great option. Today’s word? Invite. My timer is set, so here we go! Continue reading “Invited”