Category: Devotional

Informed, But Not Armed?

Informed but not armed? We know the drill – we’ve heard the words – we may even have some of the scriptures memorized but have we applied them? How often do we PUT ON our physical clothing? Daily, right! (Sometimes more than once a…

Happiness is a Choice

This video spoke to me because a lot of times I find myself challenging my emotions.  I foolishly challenged someone else early today to reject those feelings for the lies they feed.  A few hours later I found myself confronted with the same challenge….

Three Prayers for Today

As you read this I will be in Tennessee praying with women from across the world. Isaiah’s prayer is a fitting prayer as we discuss and pray about the turmoil in the world today, and as relevant today as when first spoken: How we…

Enough?

It’s true I was raised with demeaning accusations that I was not enough, but now that I am grown and have raised my own children, now that I’ve known Christ, and now that I’ve recognized my gifts and my failings, I wonder why I…

What Happens Day after Diet

Have you seen the joke describing a typical diet day? BREAKFAST: 1/2 grapefruit 1 slice whole wheat toast 8 oz skim milk LUNCH: 4 oz lean Broiled chicken breast 1 cup steamed zucchini 1 Oreo Cookie Herb tea MID-AFTERNOON SNACK: Rest of package of…

Annanias and Commitment

This coming Monday will mark the last week of my 28 day detox.  I’ve learned a lot about commitment as I am determined in drinking more, and putting ON much more nutrition – and doing what is right to complete this plan.  Annanias was…

The Detox – Put ON so you can Put OFF

The Detox Have you heard of the Put On – Put Off principle? I am doing a (physical) detox and noticed how closely the plan/methodology of the detox is to the spiritual principle. The plan lasts 28 days and increasingly adds good things to…

Summer — a time of rest?

A recent conversation with a young pastor about rest revealed how seldom we take Jesus’ commands about rest to heart. In our crazy multi-tasking world, some look at resting as being lazy, but God created us with the need for rest.  LIke a car needs…

Reading Between the Lines

My Aunt Angie explained how Uncle Tony sent her messages during war-time, and how she was motivated to read “between the lines,” to look in secret places (like under the postage stamp), and to understand and savor things that other readers did not see….

What If?

I stood in the grocery line behind a man 20 or more years my senior. The bent arch of his shoulders spoke of defeat and sadness. His dull eyes turned toward me, showing little hope. “Go ahead,” he said, “I’m retired and have nothing…

How a Cow increased My Faith

Would you believe a cow turned me into a miracle-believing lady? Though I’d always known about Jesus dying on the cross, and the Bible being God’s words, it took a couple of amazing and unexplainable events for me to understand miracles could happen to…

It’s a Party and You are Invited!

Celebrating the Launch of the 2nd edition of my book Be the Miracle! Cathe Swanson Join me on Thursday evening to chat with Delores Liesner, my friend, mentor and fellow Wisconsin author, as she introduces the 2nd edition of her book, “Be the Miracle.” Delores…

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