Saturday, April 6, 2013

Alas, alas...and my 2nd vlog

My Wonderful Husband worked so hard on the handful of vlogs I recorded last Saturday night and below I am posting the second one in the batch.

I sing "Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed," quite appropriate as I thought about the crucifiction all that night.

I hope you enjoy these videos - whether they be my recorded thoughts or my recorded songs or both. Admittedly, it is scary to come out from behind the computer screen and talk to you, my dear friend. For I do not think of you just as a reader, as someone who drifts on by and takes a gander at these ponderings. I truly think of you as an appointed friend. God leads us all sorts of places. Quite possibly, God led you here and we have no idea why or for how long.

But I welcome you with love and gratitude.

Even though Easter is over, I firmly believe that pondering the suffering Christ endured on our behalf as well as the joy which came with the resurrection is something we can and should do every day. So while these vlogs were all recorded that one night, I do not mind that they are being posted long after the fact.

Each day is a new day to love and serve the Lord.

May this weekend bring you many blessings and unexpected joys.

In future blog entries, I will be considering the meaning and message of The Dove Chronicles and asking God to guide me on thinking about my purpose in writing here. What do I want to say? Who do I want to be? How can I best glorify Him? That might involve changing my layout or creating a mission statement of sorts, or it may be recreating the whole blog...or perhaps I change nothing. We shall see. The Spirit shall lead...


  1. I truly enjoy following your blogs over the years. Your stories are always inspirational and thought-provoking. Thank you for sharing and being a good teacher, as I learned so much from you.

    Thuha from Orange County, CA.

  2. Sweet Thuha, whose name I could never forget - :) You bless me with your presence. I thank you for long years of reading. :) xoxoxxo I am so grateful for you. I would love to hear from you - about your journey. Oh, and a person with your first name friended me on Facebook - is that you? If so, I want to accept, but if not, then I'd rather not, you understand. :)


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