When you and I come to the end of our earthly journey or the the end of a season in our lives, what will we leave undone? There is no way we can “do it all,” but there is a way to know “what to do” and “when to do it.”
Some minutes in the morning,
Ere the cares of life begin,
Ere the heart’s wide door is open
For the world to enter in.
LORD, send rain from Heaven
Into the garden of my heart
By gentle shower or heavy flood,
Water every dry, scorched part.
“Lord, who am I to teach the way To little children day by day, So prone myself to go astray? I teach them knowledge, but I know How faint they flicker and how low The candles of my knowledge glow. I teach them power to will and do, But only now to learn Read More
As the school year approaches at roaring speed, Planning for the new year is my current need. Everywhere I think, all my calculations Turn into overwhelming multiplications. Curriculum, courses, computers, and crayons, Charts, challenges, and chalkboards to write on, Lunches and laundry, love and learning, Lists and lessons, ideas burning. Wisdom and wit, dollars Read More