I Have a Comfort Zone

Everyone has a comfort zone. I like to think of myself as not possessing one, but it’s there. Just rather oversized. So, Shae, what is something outside your comfort zone? Writing poetry. But this past week, my mom (aka my homeschool teacher) challenged us to write something based on “To Make a Prairie” by Emily…

Verse of the Week | My Favorite Verse

Quite a while ago, I wrote a post that many of you may not have seen about my favorite verse, Psalm 108:13. I thought I’d share that with you as the Verse of the Week! via My Favorite Verse

Word of the Week – Final Three Words

I decided to do the last three words people suggested to me! Those words were covenant, tears, and cherubim. I’ll include my favorite few quotes and verses about each word. Covenant Know therefore that the Lord thy God, he is God, the faithful God, which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep…

Verse of the Week | Psalm 144:15

*Question for you guys: I’ve still got a few words you suggested for Word of the Week. They are covenant, tears, and cherubim. Would you like me to do them and finish the series?* Happy is that people, that is in such a case: yea, happy is that people, whose God is the LORD. –…

The Cares of a Child

The other night, I started thinking about how my life was when I was a little kid. Here’s an example of a typical summer day I may have had: wake up without an alarm. Watch TV. Eat breakfast that my mom made. Go play outside with my brother and our neighbors. We did tricks on…

Big News! | Blog Changes 2019

At the end of this year, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what direction I would like my blog to go in 2019. At the start of TMG, pretty much all I wrote were what I call Personal Experience posts – sharing about personal experiences that God has spoken to me through. When…

Stories of the Bible | The Birth of Jesus

Merry Christmas, everyone! As I was reading over the Luke 2 passage, I was reminded of when my older brother and I were little, and as part of school, my mom had us memorize Luke 2:1-20. Eventually, we were able to recite every word simultaneously! So, I am very familiar with the passage. Anyway, I…

Word of the Week | Power

My little brother Rowan suggested this word! A necessary pre-cursor of any great spiritual awakening is a spirit of deep humiliation growing out of a consciousness of sin, and fresh revelation of the holiness and power and glory of God. – John R. Mott God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way…

Stories of the Bible | The Birth of John the Baptist

This is the second-to-last post in this mini series about Jesus and John the Baptist. The last post will be about Jesus’ birth, and it will come out next week (on Christmas Day)! Mary stays with Elisabeth for three months. After she leaves, Elisabeth gives birth to her son at last. And her neighbours and…

Verse of the Week | Job 37:10

​By the breath of God frost is given: and the breadth of the waters is straitened. – Job 37:10, KJV I did some research (aka a Google search), and found that straitened means frozen. that makes more sense! To me, this verse being to mind a very clear image, and a very clear message as…