Even Moses needs a “hand”. (Sorry, couldn’t resist. ) Yes, even Moses needs to ask for help, so why shouldn’t we?! Continuing in Exodus, Chapter 18 1 When Jethro, the priest of Midian, Moses’ father in law, heard of all that God had done for Moses, and for Israel his people, and that the LORD … More Exodus 18 The Arm Wrestling Continues
This new battle with Vertigo has certainly thrown me off the highway and into the ditch. But you know me, I am still crawling forward. Prickers and thorns tearing at me, hands and knees shredded but still moving forward, sort of. I spent some time in prayer for the country today. There really are more … More My vacation mishaps: Bee stings, meltdowns, and fog
Is that an echo in my head? Is it my stomach making those noises, still rebelling against the violent vomiting of last week? Two black birds fly away, giving me time to formulate an answer. Do I still hear it? Not quite as loud, but I do hear a rumbling in my tummy, as Pooh … More A cooing growl shouted from the tree top
In Ezekiel chapter 40, we find Ezekiel in a vision of God, where God brought him to the land of Israel and set him upon a very high mountain. He could see the frame of a city on the south. Ezekiel saw a man whose appearance was like the appearance of bronze (brass or copper … More What does the Bible say about an orange man?
Moses gets help when his arms get tired. 1 And all the congregation of the children of Israel journeyed from the wilderness of Sin, after their journeys, according to the commandment of the LORD, and pitched in Rephidim: and there was no water for the people to drink. Ever hear the old saying, “If you … More Exodus 17 The Arm Wrestling Continues
As I was carried into the van, I closed my eyes to keep the world from spinning. The violent vomiting had stopped after they gave me a needle, but I still couldn’t keep my eyes open. I had only the shirt and shorts I was wearing; no money, no purse, no insurance card, no shoes, … More I was barefoot and undocumented
In a previous blog, I wrote about questions that are asked of the interviewee. Today we flip the coin, and think about questions that the interviewee asks to the interviewer. In most interviewing situations, the interviewer gives a quick overview of the job and department and how it fits into the rest of the company. … More The other side of the coin: Questions for the Interviewer from the Interviewee