I Take Comfort, O Lord

Psalm 119:49-50 ESV “Remember your word to your servant, in which you have made me hope. This is my comfort in my affliction, that your promise gives me life.” Life has its trials. Life has its ups and downs. Every day is not the same. Some days go well, others do not. Some days are … Continue reading I Take Comfort, O Lord

He Comforts Us in All Our Affliction

2 Corinthians 1:3-7 ESV “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by … Continue reading He Comforts Us in All Our Affliction

Weathering the Storm

An Original Work / July 2, 2018 Storm clouds gather. Though they may, I’ll choose not To be dismayed. Trust in my Lord, What he says. “Fear not” future. Fret is dead. Hope has conquered. Peace subdues. Lies of Satan Truth out rules. Nothing life can Throw at me Escapes Jesus’ Sympathy. God of comfort, … Continue reading Weathering the Storm

New Vision

An Original Work / November 28, 2018 Walking wounded, Are you listening? Truth abounding, Ever glistening. Jesus Christ Is your salvation. Learn of Him In revelation. Holy Bible, Word of living, Grace of God To us is giving. Jesus Christ Gave His life for us, So through faith We’d be forgiven. Turn from your sins, … Continue reading New Vision

Chap 12: Walking Wounded

I Married My Dad Chapter Twelve Walking Wounded January 8, 2018 This phrase, “the walking wounded” came into my mind within the past few days, and it has stayed with me. I had some idea of what it meant, but not entirely, so I Googled it to find its meaning. And, I found these definitions: … Continue reading Chap 12: Walking Wounded

I Married My Dad: Forward

I Married My Dad Forward January 14, 2018 by Rick Love (husband to Sue J Love) I would love to tell you about when I first met Susan Jane Thorn at college, who I fell in love with and who eventually became my wife. I would love to tell you how I was swept off … Continue reading I Married My Dad: Forward