My story is long and complex; however there is a primary element which all who are in Christ have in common. There was a day ion my past (september of 1983,) when I realized I was lost and needed a Savior. On that morning, I repented of my sins and believed on the Lord Jesus Christ, who paid for my sins, and the sins of all, on an old rugged cross. When time permits, I’ll give a more detailed “about” however, this is the primary element.


2 Responses to “ABOUT:”

  1. It’s also the most important one that matters!

    I wanted to show my appreciation for what your writing does for me, so I nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award. (I had decided to nominate you many days before you commented on mine. Your blog has been inspiring for me, in working with one of my children, who has severe ADHD…)
    C, Dunamis

  2. Hi. C. Dunamis. Thank you so much for stopping by. I have been really encouraged by your site. In the most recent post on my primary blog (http://timbob.wordpress.com) I mentioned, and linked to, your post “Pray for Carolina” It touched on so many issues and was a reminder of how complex the battles before us can be.

    About 2 weeks ago, I came across a blog that’s written by a person who professes Christ but is suffering from schizophreniza. They seemed to approach the situation from a “coping” aspect instead of deliverance. I left a carefully written comment and have placed them on my prayer list. This is another reason as to why your report was so touching.

    So many captives. In my case, members of my own household are unsaved and the wrestlings behind the scene can be intense. Sometimes the biggest struggle is to stand back and see the bigger picture and not “react” to things in a manner that will be destructive. Things are further complicated as our oldest son has low-functioning autism; a situation which I still do not fully understand.

    Thanks again for stopping by. Contact with others who have their affections set in heavenly places is refreshing and encouraging. Blessings to you and your family in Jesus name.

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