Yesterday, I was walking to my car from a meeting and admiring the glistening snow that was all around me. I thought about this verse: Isaiah 1:18 New International Version (NIV) 18 “Come now, let us settle the matter,” says the Lord. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like … Continue reading Glisten
I am way behind on putting away my Christmas stuff and as I put away my nativity scene I started to think about the wise men . These men sought and were determined to find him. When they did, in Matthew 2:11 we read that the wise men fell down and worshiped him. This brings me to a question that I believe we should be … Continue reading Wise Men
Ever look at child and think, wow look at how happy they are. Children often run around the world without a care in the world. We often hear people tell them not to grow up to fast. When I became a mother I found myself saying some of the same things. As adults we often feel overwhelmed by bills, to-do lists, jobs and relationships thus … Continue reading Joy of a Child
As I drove home from work today I heard Chris Tomlin’s song, Even So Come and I felt a tremendous feeling of adoration for God just listening to the lyrics. The Chorus specifically spoke to me, the chorus says: “Like a bride waiting for her groom We’ll be a Church ready for You Every heart longing for our King We sing “even so come” Lord … Continue reading Even So Come
We have all heard the old rhyme, “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Let’s get real though, words do hurt. More often than not we would probably take the stick or stone just so that we could “get the pain, over with.” Words are lasting though. We can feel the negativity of painful words and rush to replace … Continue reading Sticks & Stones
Throughout the day I had an overwhelming need to pray about people in fear after I received a vision. I saw a single woman walk into an enormous ocean wave she wore a white button up shirt with white flowing pants,she had long blonde hair, and blue eyes. She lifted her hands toward the clear blue sky and had a huge radiant smile on her … Continue reading In this Moment…
I recently had a conversation with my Auntie about prayer. It was one of those days that I was late to work, I spilled my tea in the car, people were less than happy at work and the evening ended with a rather large tiff with my husband. More than anything, in that moment, I wanted to get under my blankets and slam a fluffy … Continue reading Solitary Places
Happy 2019 Everyone! First and foremost, let’s take care of some business….where has Tutus & Armor been? Well I obviously have not been writing but this blog kept rolling along all over the world! To name a few, there has been views in the US, Russia, Brazil, China, Syria, Sri Lanka, Portugal, Uzbekistan and more!!! That’s great news but now that I have sat silently … Continue reading Happy 2019!