No long post today. Starting with the ridiculously long title and the use of the word “just”, this will actually go against all the rules of blogging but I don’t care. These two simple sentences are something I desperately needed someone to tell me once upon a time when going through the hardest thing I’ve ever endured in my life.
Category Archives: fight
Sometimes you just need someone to tell you that you’re going to be okay. You can make it.
How To Keep Up the Good Fight When You’re Exhausted
A few years ago my family visited The Coliseum in Rome. I honestly hadn’t done my research and went with a blasé tourist mindset of getting to see this amazing structure and experience its rich history. What I wasn’t prepared for was the overwhelming sense of despair and depravity I felt as I listened to the tour guide’s voice in my ear buds explain that the victor and the challenger (often a slave or purposefully weaker creature) would fight to the death. The choreographers would start out with small animals in order to ease and tease the crowd into it and work their way up to humans. This was all done for the sheer pleasure of those in the stands salivating to see blood and gore as someone or something died.
Fighting the Battle with the Chronically Ill
I had the honor of sharing over at Chronically Whole recently. I highly recommend this site for anyone who is battling chronic disease or loves someone who does. In this article I share, from the bystander’s vantage point, stories of three brave disease-fighting warriors whom I know and love. I also share some tips on what those of us can do to love on and fight with them.
EPFH’S FIRST GIVEAWAY!!! Enter to win Through Waters Deep by Erin Shafer
TODAY IS THE DAY!! I’ve been waiting for this day! I’ve had these 5 little books, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, in my hot little hands for weeks now just waiting to give them to 5 of you lovely readers. Yes, 5! Not just 1 of you, but 5 of you!
That time Jesus fought for me. And all those other times.
Most of us have heard the story where Jesus fought his way to earth through the birth canal of a virgin. Fought his way through his childhood being the boy who did nothing wrong and whom many in his family didn’t even like him – never mind that He came to give them eternal life. Fought his way through Satan’s temptations. Fought his way through crowds. Fought demons. Fought incurable illnesses. Fought death.
He fought all these fights, for me, and He won.