I 've always thought the name JOY was a beautiful descriptive name but a tough name to have if you are going through a hard time or something tragic. Joy would be a name you would feel you had to live up to. Not a bad thing really until she feels sadness or grief. Naomi... Continue Reading →
Ruth 1:2 ...and his wife's name was Naomi</blockquote> The name Naomi is derived from the verb נעם (na'em) meaning to be pleasant, sweet, delightful, beautiful. This word 'delightful' is a word God gave me for my daughter when I was pregnant with her. As I look at this scripture today I reminded of that word...over... Continue Reading →
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Christine Caine recently wrote a twitter comment :' Truly the joy of the Lord is our strength - it just somehow supernaturally works. If we determine to find and draw our strength from our joy in Him, His purpose, and His call, then it is amazing how much we can accomplish.' I have been thinking... Continue Reading →