Here I sit enjoying a few minutes of reflection on the patio following a brief afternoon nap. A gentle breeze is blowing from the south. Steady, but light, rain drums a peaceful cadence, with gutters singing along. Their song has never been heard before; it will never be heard again. Click here to watch the … Continue reading The promise is for all
As this week comes to an end, my heart is both full and heavy at the same time. It is full, because I am wonderfully blessed. Time spent earlier in the day with a house full of children, their spouses, and grandchildren playing together throughout the house, and with everyone enjoying for the umpteenth time … Continue reading What do you do when your heart is full and heavy at the same time?
So, the journey really does begin today. Now, I am not a fan of the vague posts designed to create an air of mystery about something big which may be going on in someone’s life. That is not what this is. It is vague, simply because the time is not right to reveal all. By … Continue reading The journey begins today!
Micah’s resounding message will shape our lives for glory and change our world for good. May the words of this message reach hearts ready to hear and heed this high call on our lives! © Bill Williams 2018.08.07
How many of life’s most important lessons do we learn from children? I really don’t know how to answer that question; but, I know it’s a lot. I mentioned previously that I hoped to share a story involving one of my children that helps tie this discussion about living the good life and seeing the … Continue reading Seeing the Sublime — Learning from Children
Are we living in the moment? What does that mean, anyway? We hear this all the time, don’t we? I would like to share a memory and an observation with you. These two in tandem help me to understand what it means to live in the moment. The memory: Almost forty-two years ago, I had … Continue reading Living in the Moment
It is difficult to write about suffering. Part of the reason: it is such a personal topic. Writing about suffering and consequently inviting readers to think about suffering also involves revisiting experiences we are doing our best to move beyond. Another reason has to do with the fact that it is very difficult to write … Continue reading What a suffering Savior teaches suffering saints