Message In Stanza

Poetry and Musings

“We destroy every proud obstacle that keeps people from knowing God. We capture their rebellious thoughts and teach them to obey Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:5 NLT). Sometimes in this life it’s hard to hold every thought captive that doesn’t line up with Scripture. I know firsthand. I believe we all do. Have you ever felt …

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“The worst kind of suffering is denying one own’s pain.” “The worst advice you could ever give someone suffering is many people are suffering worse than them, so count your blessings and ignore your pain. Once you acknowledge your pain, esp. when someone else does you feel less alone and the pain will lessen.” “As …

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Thank you once again. You have been so supportive during my journey with this blog. Times when I took a sabbatical from blogging and even having technical issues. Thanks for laughing with me through my humor section. Or enjoying a poem of mine. Or some photography I took of nature. Thanks once again!! 🙂 ~Carly …

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This world can be corrupt. “What keeps me hanging on?” You may ask. It’s the hope of eternity. “The hope of glory” (1 Colossians 2:7) beats any day boring, sick, tired, sad, angry, or anxious day. Since “satan only comes to steal and kill and destroy” (John 10:10 ) life can be corrupt. I wish …

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As the cock crows, I slip from my bed and perform my morning rituals, which quiets my soul and centers me, releasing creative energy as a prayer throughout the day. I pause at times when I feel the peace ebbing and again center myself with some deep, slow breaths, and a whispered prayer, “Please be […]

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August 21, 2018

What do you do when you experience doubt? I believe it’s human to have feelings about doubt and insecurity. Some say you shouldn’t express too much doubt to God because it shows a lack of faith. I disagree. We all asked questions in the beginning of our faith, so why not continue to ask questions …

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