Here’s What “I Am”
I am enjoying the slower pace of life since retirement.
I am grateful for the cool weather and good rains we’ve had this Spring.
I am wondering if the Dallas Cowboys can possibly get their act together this year.
I am reading Tim Keller’s The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness.
I am memorizing the book of Ephesians (and hoping I will have it done by the time the Lord calls me home).
I am praying for friends who are hurting and in desperate need of God’s special touch.
I am playing a game with an opponent on Words With Friends who beats me by 100 points
every time we play, so maybe he’s cheating?
I am reflecting on the sermon I heard Sunday from passages in Ecclesiastes: “Fear God,” says the wise man.
I am wishing Norman had a more comfortable, attractive library.
I am hoping the gophers in our backyard will be curious and explore the enticing little traps we set for them.
I am amazed at how quickly time goes by when I’m writing.
I am grateful to the “I AM” for His allowing me to be His child forever.