Tag: sorrow

  • The Lady on the Train

    The Lady on the Train

    “In between glancing at her and shutting my eyes to take in the music I was listening to, I looked around at the rest of us, unemotional and blank as always.”

  • Day 13: Friday, Good? #28DayChallenge

    Day 13: Friday, Good? #28DayChallenge

    Good Friday. Was it really good? Definitely not for Jesus or his followers, whose long-awaited Messiah was crucified by the authorities. A little search on the internet suggested that the origin of the word “Good” is an old English word which means “Holy”. If this is correct, then it would be more appropriate to think […]

  • Blessed are those who Mourn

    Blessed are those who Mourn

    Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted (Matt. 5:4, NIV) Hello! Happy New Year to you. I hope your 2022 is coming along well. I pray it will be a year of growth and maturity in your faith, one without limits and boundaries. I pray that through God’s wisdom you will exceed […]

  • A Christmas to Remember

    When I was thirteen, an event took place that forever altered my understanding of the purpose of Christmas. It was on the morning of Christmas day. We had prepared to go to church, all dressed fine and ready to show off to everyone how gorgeous we were looking. We had just finished a sumptuous meal […]