Entries by Indestructible Daughters

The Little Drummer Boy

At a small group gathering the other night, while my husband and his friend were accompanying with guitars, I looked around the room to see the many smiling faces as songs flowed from their lips filling the room with joy and peace.  I love Christmas carols. There is something so beautiful and honoring in singing […]

Complacency

Comfortable with an enormous lead over his opponent, the prideful hare decided torest for a while. Figuring he had nothing to worry about, he relaxed peacefully by atree and soon drifted off to sleep. You know how the story goes. Eventually his slowand steady contender, the tortoise, who didn’t seem to be a threat, overtook […]

Shame

The Samaritan woman’s life was a wreck. After five failed marriages, she continuedher same lifestyle, but stopped the formality of marriage. She came to the well whenthe sun blazed so she could draw water alone and hide from the comments, thewhispers, and the condemning looks (John 4). King David was a powerful man who abused […]

Patient Endurance

Our enemy, Satan, recognizes our strengths and weaknesses and knows how to push us to our limits. But when we keep standing, keep believing, and keep fighting, the Bible says, “Blessed is the man who endures…when he has been approved, he will receive the crown” (Jas 1:12 NKJV). The word “approved” means victory that qualifies you for […]

Single-Minded Daniel

I’m sure you all remember the story of Daniel and the lion’s den. Here’s a little review for prayer: Remember Daniel was made one of three governors over the 120 satraps (regional rulers) in King Darius’ administration. There was a plot hatched by the satraps, persuading the king to sign a decree saying that anyone […]