Simple and Sweet: An Introduction

The sun rises and then sets. Hope expands expectations and still passion fades. A man exercises free will over his choices yet can be broken by his circumstances. Stepping back to view the larger perspective, however, reveals change as consistent and constant. Seasons in life ebb and flow; winter, summer, spring and autumn appear as contrasting hues, yet side-by-side they create a story.

During sunrises and sunsets,

hope and despair,

pivotal choices and also brokenness,

I pray some things will always be true of me:

I am a follower of Jesus. I hope I never grow tired of hearing the Gospel; that my response is always awe and thanksgiving. I care about sharing the hope of life that comes through Jesus alone. I long to know God more personally and deeply. I am a Registered Nurse, and absolutely in love with my profession. I love to study the Bible historically and also contextually, how the Living Word applies to life today. My life purpose is to help heal and nurture the broken and broken-hearted through nursing and ministry, and almost all of my biggest dreams include these elements.

Sweeter Than Honey is a blog about God’s goodness and grace, simple and sweet. I’ve only the plan to reflect on God’s immeasurable goodness woven through joys, musings, and life lessons with the idea that my human experiences may resonate a bit with your human experiences, and just possibly serve as a small hope and truth.

And God’s truth is so good, always:

How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth. Psalm 119:103

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