A couple years ago our MOPS group took personality tests. This was before the Ennegram was all over so it was the Meyer-Briggs test. I think I was something like INFP (but I was a couple years ago and I struggle to remember what I did yesterday so...that may not be super accurate). What I … Continue reading I am Michael Scott
Brace yourself...it is a lot of Leviticus this week!
We are on day 473 of having way to many snow days and way tomany days without sunshine. If you livein the Midwest right now you probably know exactly what I am talkingabout. The days are short, the sun islimited, and yes I am exaggerating. Imay be exaggerating on the actual number of days but … Continue reading Reflecting the light
Reading plan for February 10th-16th This week will be a tough one for me to get through all the reading. There is not much story line and a lot of details.Details on how to build the tabernacle.Details on how to sacrifice.Details on what the priest should wear.Details on the placement of basins.Details on who should … Continue reading Exodus 29-40 along with a little Numbers and a little Leviticus. (Feb 10th-16th of the reading plan)
Last year I posted about what I was going to read in 2018. It was laughable. What was even more laughable was what I actually finished reading. This year I'm not going to tell anybody any plans. Not even myself. What I will tell you is what I have read and a little bit about … Continue reading What I have read in 2019
Last week was crazy. My husband had his hip replaced, we had three days of school cancelled because it was freezing cold (-75 cold), and I was PMSing like a fire breathing dragon. I was stressed out. I was not pleasant to be around. I was on the edge of crying most of the week. … Continue reading Walkers, snow days, and other life circumstances.
January 28th Job has just vented to God. Pleading with God to show him what he needs to fix so the suffering can end. After he vents and pleads and cries to God he stops speaking. Job stops speaking His friends stop speaking Yet it is not quiet for long. Elihu, a young man who … Continue reading Job 30:1-Exodus 7:1-13. (Jan 27-Feb 2nd)
Job 12:1-14:22 After being told, once again, that his suffering is because of some specific sin Job has had enough. He retorts with: “Well I know a few things myself-and you’re not better than I am” Job 12:3 Job gives his friends feedback on all the words and supposed ‘wisdom’ they are giving him. He … Continue reading Guarded Steps