Tag: endurance

Conflicted!

In this world where the wise thing to do in an abusive relationship is to walk away, to protect and look after yourself and your sanity, I feel conflicted about the Wisdom of the Cross that caused Jesus to endure unfair punishment, torture, insults and mocking, to redeem […]

Ten Things I LOVE About You!

1. I love that you are not easily broken.  Though you fall often and are beaten and oppressed, you are resilient and passionate about life and determined to survive. 2. I love that even when things are hard for you, you can always find the words to say […]

Editor’s Pick: Dina on Remarriage

Hi dear readers, I’m starting something new, by striving to answer hard questions on my blog through new posts, as a lot of my content is thought-provoking, and may require further clarity.  I’m starting with a series of questions by Dina on remarriage.  You may post questions as […]

What Is This Cross?

I wrote this poem in the night, for a friend of mine who is hurting so badly in her marriage.  I also know the burden and pain of carrying a Cross and I have counselled too many women going through terrible marriages, that sometimes, I feel like all […]

Predestination and Freewill

Can you believe in one and believe in the other too?  I believe so.  They actually both work together for the glory of God.  One is God’s calling and empowerment, and the other is our choice and will-power.  The Bible says: “And we know that all things work […]

Marriage is Home

I’ve been looking through my journals lately, and reflecting on my writings from when I was single… One thing I desired most of all was acceptance and companionship. I realise that it was very important for me to find that in a mate, because it isn’t really about […]