A tale of three pregnancies and one healing soul.

At age 18, I left my childhood church thinking there must be something wrong with me and I could not be a Christian even though I wanted to. That is a long story, and one you can read at my earlier post about my personal testimony if you are interested. At age 20 I got … Continue reading A tale of three pregnancies and one healing soul.

Angels Don’t Sing?? / Christmas

Edited 12/27/21: I am in the process of studying this topic about whether angels sing or only speak. I will be editing my thoughts on this after more study. Job 38:7 is noteworthy. Apparently angels sang at Creation. Four living creatures and 24 elders sing in heaven in Revelation 5:8-10 (but are they angels?). God … Continue reading Angels Don’t Sing?? / Christmas

Christmas Story Compilation

The Christmas Story -The True Story About Jesus Christ. (with scriptures given in chronological order with companion scriptures) The Christmas Story is told in the gospels of Matthew and Luke.  The four gospels taken together give the full testimony of the birth, life, death, resurrection, appearances by Jesus after His resurrection, and ascension of Jesus … Continue reading Christmas Story Compilation

Stop the beatings.

12/27/20. This is a fitting review for anyone contemplating their next New Year’s Resolution(s) and is also a perfect accompaniment to the sermon I heard this morning at Sellwood Church from Titus 2:11-14 which was about embracing my salvation in Christ. I hope it might be a help to someone in addition to me this evening.

Grandma Beth's Blog

Did that title get your attention?  I tend to be too hard on myself, at least in some ways.  Can you relate? In other ways, I am probably not hard enough on myself.  Lately I’ve been thinking about how foolish it is to keep beating myself up about sins that God has freely forgiven and chooses to never remember against me.  And how foolish it is to feel worthless, or like I need to punish myself for my imperfections.  A good friend recently reminded me of these truths from the Bible:

Micah 7:18-19:  Who is a God like Thee, who pardons iniquity and passes over the rebellious act of the remnant of His possession?  He does not retain His anger forever, because He delights in unchanging love.  He will again have compassion on us; He will tread our iniquities under foot.  Yes, Thou wilt cast all their sins into the…

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