I think it’s pretty rare to find a real, uncomplicated Christian nowadays. One who simply follows the “law” of love, which Jesus said is the most important commandment and fulfills all the law and the prophets. Matthew 22:36-40 (NIV) “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is […]
Archive for November, 2010
Christmas has always been my favorite holiday…even when I thought I had to say Easter (excuse me, Resurrection Sunday) was in order to sound “holy” or whatever. Christmas makes me feel all warm and fuzzy and brings up happy memories that right now are painful because it hurts to remember even the fun things with my siblings, when I miss them so much. And especially at this time of year.
So, today is when everyone does the obligatory “I’m thankful for…” post. So I figured, why not? 🙂 I’m thankful for: Family. I’m thankful for my siblings (and I miss them very much!!) and my lovely new family (every time I see them one or more of them says “I’m so glad Scott picked you for a wife, Anne!”) and my “adopted” family (whom I also miss!) and my extended family (whom I miss as well!)
I’ve thought it before, maybe you have. So and so has it worse than I do, so I shouldn’t complain. So and so has it worse than I do, there isn’t really anything to compare with. (So on and so forth.) However, think of this: If it hurts you, if it’s a problem to you, it doesn’t mean it’s any less of a problem than anyone else’s. If you are verbally abused vs. physically abused, it doesn’t mean there isn’t […]
Welcome to the temporary home of my blog! Glad you stopped by. Hopefully I’ll have the “real” one up soon (within a few weeks)…but I didn’t want to wait. 🙂 Keep in mind this is my blog. I may say things you don’t like, or disagree with, or that aren’t things you may think I should be saying. I’m entitled to free speech, and because I hold a different opinion does not mean I’m wrong. Please respect that and don’t […]