Tag: fear

The DNA of Worry

I am not a scientist.  And all that’s been discovered about DNA is more than my mind can fathom.  As a matter of fact, this schoolgirl graduated many moons ago, and I barely survived science class. But the God of the universe created it all and, IT.IS.FASCINATING. “By my great strength and outstretched arm, I made…

Afraid of the Dark

My grandchildren love to play with flashlights, so I make sure they are readily available in a special place that little hands can reach. They are an inexpensive toy that entertain for hours. (Yay, Dollar Store!) Even when it’s not dark outside, they will take the flashlights to the basement or a dark room and…

When A Porcelain Throne Becomes A Throne of Grace

It’s a good thing I don’t believe in coincidence or I might choose more carefully how I write. My last post was a clear message of faith over fear. Choosing to NOT worry.  Trusting God’s plan even when we don’t understand. Well here we are, 24 hours later, sitting in the Atlanta airport after a…

Winning the “What if?” Battle

So much of worry starts in a battle of the mind. Our thoughts consume us to the point that we start wondering if what could happen, probably is going to happen–and that’s why we can’t stop thinking about it.  It’s a vicious cycle of “What if?”, then “What would I do?”, to “How can I…