Last night I dreamed The Rapture came... and it happened just like that... just like the Bible says it will. In the middle of eating and drinking, I'd gotten up from the table, and suddenly screamed, "What was that?!" I felt as if a cat had scratched the bottom of my feet. As I looked … Continue reading Are You Still Dreaming… Or Are You Ready If Jesus Comes Today?
Yesterday, my daughter asked if she could give one of her ponies a hair cut. We had given a trim to one of her My Little Pony pets before, so I agreed. I reminded her that the pony's hair couldn't grow back, and gave her a small pair of scissors, and a piece of cardstick … Continue reading Pretty Ponies? A Mother’s “Short Tale”
Sometimes we have the opportunity to bless a reader at The Silver Lining, by meeting a specific need. I believe God gives me spiritual words spoken in discernment, wisdom and love; meant to offer you hope, healing, and encouragement in Jesus Christ. I'd also like to be the hands and feet of Jesus whenever, and wherever he … Continue reading How to Give without Guilt, and Fulfill the Mission of Pleasing God
No one can tell me there isn’t a GOD! God gave my son a MIRACLE! He gave my dad a MIRACLE at the same time! They are no longer sick. They have been healed! JESUS IS THE MIRACLE! Repent, and ask him to come into your life! I posted this good news to social media, … Continue reading Jesus Is INSTRUMENTAL to your Healing!
I messed up. Last week, I hurt a friend's feelings... a beautiful friend; who supports me, encourages me, and makes me laugh out loud! I threw out some advice which hadn't been sought, with the hopeful intention of making life a little better for her. She hadn't asked for it though. She has before, but … Continue reading The Healing Power of an Apology
I never expected God would fill me up with so much joy, at the exact same time I'd be recovering from major back surgery! I'm two weeks into recovery, and God has been lighting up my life! Now don't get me wrong... it hurts! The pain is intense. Just when I think the pain is … Continue reading The Unexpected Joy of REST
Little hearts during Lent When I was growing up, there were only two main religions on the Air Force Base. You were either Protestant or Catholic; there was nothing in between. I wished to be Catholic, because I liked that the children took communion wafers. No one realized that I already knew and loved Jesus, … Continue reading The True Sacrifice of Lent and how you can take part
Have you been abused by a narcissist? You're not alone! Really! If you would like some links about narcissism, please message me, and I'll send you some helpful information which relates to your specific situation. Narcissistic people all act the same way, and do the same things. This is because they are all pretending to … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse? There’s Hope!
Last night, via Google Earth, I "traveled" along several paths, remembering how I'd been left alone so many times, since the tender young age of four. I retraced the steps I'd walked in solitude, in both Europe and the U.S. I was shocked at the realization of having wandered so far from home so often. … Continue reading Past Paths… and Other Things too Painful to Mention
I'm not one for making New Year's resolutions which are soon forgotten. The feelings seep in almost immediately: guilt, disappointment, discouragement, and regret. The year has barely begun, and we're already unable to even start the resolutions meant to bring us a brand new year full of amazing accomplishments. I'm tired just thinking about it! How … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions…or Promises?