Wisdom Seekers

IMG_3240I have insight. I have wisdom. I have ideas and divine strategies. I have authority.

Where do you seek wisdom? Do you resort to text books, or the internet? Do you have a peer group who you can rely on to share their wisdom. What about the senior members of your family? Has it ever occurred to you that they have lived a good many years more than you have and have gained wisdom and knowledge that cannot be obtained any place else?

The senior members of a family used to be the first ones whom a young woman or a young man would seek when they wanted to know something. Communities were built around family members as children were born or fields were planted and harvested. The young sat at the feet of the older members to pick their brain, to learn, and to listen. Leviticus 19, verse 32 says, “Rise in the presence of the aged, show respect for the elderly and revere your God. I am the LORD.”

 Not so today. Seniors are ignored in most families as someone who is out of the loop, can’t possibly understand what the younger generation is going through or are too far behind the times. Respect for age is a lost art, even in Japan where, at one time, senior parents lived with their children, were venerated and cared for. These days, the largest population of homeless, in Japan, is seniors.

Our ultimate source of wisdom is God. The Bible says, in James 1:5-8, “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord. Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do.” Seeking wisdom from God is a good thing to do.

When we pray for a medical miracle, do we only accept a complete healing miraculously from God or do we accept healing from God-appointed sources like doctors and pharmacologists. Where do you think they got the knowledge to do what they do? If we ignore the people God places in our life as sources of wisdom, how long will it be before God refers to us as double-minded because we did not recognize His intervention when we asked for it.

The family structure was designed by God for a reason. Parents’ guide their children; teach them along the pathway of life, as God planned. They are told to seek His advice when teaching and training a child where he should go, so if they are doing that, why aren’t young people listening anymore?

There are many active seniors living a lot longer than they used to. But one day, they will disappear from the lives of those God has entrusted to them. One day their wisdom, their insight, their experience will disappear unless the younger generation decides that the ideas they share are worth listening to and implementing. Wisdom comes from God and parents, grandparents carry it to the world.

Look around. Who do you know, that you could spent time with, and pick their brain? What about the older gentleman living all by himself next door? Or the older woman who sits alone day after day with a ton of information in her brain that could benefit anyone willing to listen. Maybe you have a parent who has walked where you walk and could smooth over some of the rough edges, show you that this problem or that one is not as bad as you think it is while you are in the midst of it. For the seniors out there, take the time to listen, offer advice when asked, but above all, accept when your advice is not adhered to … this time. Maybe it will be next time.

Our greatest prayer warriors are the senior generation. They do utilize their God-given wisdom when they pray for friends and family. It is their prayers that can change the circumstances in a young person’s life as they intervene before the God of the Universe. Wisdom from God attached to a fervent prayer warrior can do spiritual battle like no other. Find your prayer warrior and show them the respect they deserve.

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Nervous Accomplishment

IMG_3250I remember a few years ago, when I decided that it was time I began crossing items off my bucket list. For those of you who have not given your mortality a lot of thought, a bucket list is the things you’ve always wanted to do or want to do before you die.

That year, I decided to become a certified scuba diver. I had done a couple of dives in Key West, Florida so knew I’d like it. I enrolled in a course, did all the classroom work, spent the required time trying everything out in the water, and then, on the third day, drove to the beach again where I would do the certification test in the water. I was nervous.

A verse flowed to the surface of my mind. It moved the fear aside, as I suited up and began to walk into the water. In the book of Philippians, chapter 4, verse 13 says, “I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.” That verse gave me the confidence to complete the requirement for scuba certification. Even at forty feet, when the instructor left me to find a couple of other students, I was able to remain calm as I concentrated on that verse.

Now, I really don’t believe that God meant for us to rely on those words to accomplish personal goals as much as to accomplish the things He asks us to do for His honor and glory.  There are times when God asks us to step out of our comfort zone into a situation that makes us feel uncomfortable. During those times, He promises to give us the strength to obey and accomplish what He has asked us to do.

Sometimes, placing ourselves in a situation where we can pray for another human being makes us feel uncomfortable. We’re not used to praying out loud or in front of someone else, but there’s this person looking you in the eye, expecting. God will give you the strength for that situation.

Rely, not on your own strength, but on the strength that God has for you, seeking His words, and His compassion for that person. Be confident that God already knows the problem and He will use you to touch the life of another human being … if you rely on Him and Him alone. You may still be nervous inside but you will accomplish whatever is set before you with Him.

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Carol A Brown Launches Another Sassy Pants Story

Thank you Barbara for hosting me! I always enjoy talking about Sassy Pants and delighting children with another story in the series!

Carol, Can you tell us about your new book?

Sassy Pants Learns About Strange Creatures Sassy Pants Learns…about strange creatures is a continuation of the story of Sassy Pants learning to overcome difficulties she, in large part, created. In this story she tackles fear and worry—fear of her father’s reaction, and fear of those animals different from the ones she is used to. Her worry and fear make the situation much more scary than it really is. When she faces the situation instead of running away or hiding, she finds friends SPSC-Bk Cvrand learns to call for help when it is needed. By calling for help, and help comes, she has a new picture, a bigger, more complete picture of her father that’s not scary at all.

What is the message in your book that you want your readers to grasp?

There are actually two. The first is that if we can keep from being offended by differences (like looks or smell) we may find a good friend. On the other hand, some strangers are truly dangerous. We need to learn the difference and know who to call for help.

The second is that fear and worry exaggerate our problems. The good news is that we can overcome fear and worry.

What inspired you to write this book? 

My husband urged me to write a sequel to the first book in the Sassy Pants series. He argued that she was so naughty in the first book that I should give her the opportunity to redeem herself. But I didn’t have another story in me. I even asked God’s help in convincing him that there were no more stories, and that was when God downloaded the rest of the series! So…here we are!

For those who aren’t familiar with your work, can you tell us a little about yourself?

I began writing in 1996 about highly sensitive people and how sensitivity affects you as in individual. My purpose was to give voice and vocabulary for people’s experience of life. It was a lot of work and I was relieved when done! I told God that I didn’t want to write any more hard books. I guess He was good with that because that is when He downloaded the stories in the Sassy Pants series!

Whether I am writing for adults or children, my focus is to leave the reader not only with a nugget of knowledge, but that they are in some way wiser, stronger in character and more able to make wise decisions. I believe humor helps us learn more easily so you will find I use it liberally!

How long have you been writing?

I began writing in 1996, as a way to save my sanity during recovery from M.S., but I have been telling stories f.o.r.e.v.e.r! (Probably more like 65 years of story telling.)

How many books have you written?

I’ve written 3 for adults and about 10 for children…3 of which are published.


“I began telling stories when I had enough brothers to make an audience!” (four brothers and one sister) My husband and I reside in Grand Rapids, MI. with my 140 pixels Picelderly mother. We have two daughters on the west coast, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. I was raised in a farming community in Iowa. I enjoy reading, nature and music, playing the piano, knitting, crocheting, painting and telling stories! As a retired educator, “I dedicate myself to knitting sweaters and spinning yarns!

My Review

Sassy Pants, a lovable character developed by author Carol A. Brown, reveals another side of her character in “Sassy Pants Learns About Strange Creatures”. Sassy Pants, a little pink pig, is curious but her curiosity sometimes gets her into trouble. This delightful children’s story is a chapter book that will keep readers involved to the end. 


Links: website – http://porchlight.joystarters.com

FB page:  https://www.facebook.com/carol.brown.5682

Twitter account: http://twitter.com@CarolABrown4

Buy on Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Sassy-Pants-Learns-Strange-Creatures/dp/0996495355/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1447946809&sr=1-1&keywords=Sassy+Pants+Learns+About+Strange+Creatures



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Trusting Confidence

IMG_3243The story of Abraham and Isaac is a familiar one to many who have spent any time in the Bible or attended Sunday school as a child. God asked Abraham to take Isaac up the mountain, and once there, to sacrifice him to the Lord. Abraham had been walking with the Lord for many years by this time so He, in obedience, packed all that would be needed to build an altar, and took his son to the top of the mountain to meet God.

Abraham demonstrated a level of trust in God that few of us have experienced. We trust in our mechanical devices or our electronic devices far more than we trust the God of the Universe. We trust that an airplane will fly or a bridge will hold as we drive over it. How many times have we seen pictures on TV about airplane crashes or a bridge that collapsed just as rush hour traffic was at its thickest? We trust in the work of man’s hands, rather than God who has never failed us and is always available when we need Him.

Trust is an issue when we pray. We ask something of God and yet, we don’t really trust that He will deliver an answer, even a negative one. Abraham knew and believed God when He said that He would make a great nation out of Abraham’s descendants. He trusted that God would do as He said and use Isaac for that purpose. So, while I am sure His heart was heavy, he planned to do exactly as God asked. His obedience is well recorded in Biblical history.

The Bible records some of David’s anguish at various times in his life in the book of Psalms. King David was a songwriter and the words he recorded came from his heart. In Psalm 91, verses 2 and 3, he says, “I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust. Surely He will save you from the fowler’s snare and from the deadly pestilence.” David was placing his trust in God for all the trials that he faced.

Abraham and Isaac arrived at the place God told him about, prepared the altar and lay Isaac across it. The Bible does not record Isaac’s dismay at being a sacrifice but I am sure words were exchanged between father and son. The father demonstrated trust and God honored him by providing an alternative for the sacrifice in the form of a ram caught in a nearby bush. God knew Abraham’s heart and knew that he was planning to follow the Lord’s instructions to the letter. Genesis 22:5 – He said to his servants, “Stay here with the donkey while I and the boy go over there. We will worship and then we will come back to you.”

When we trust that God will answer our prayers, as David prayed and as Abraham’s heart probably did, even though he did not voice a request, our prayers are more powerful and full of confidence. People listen and are then, themselves, filled with confidence in the God of creation. A confident pray-er displays unlimited trust in God and His abilities, not their own.

Are you a confident pray-er? Do you trust God for the answers to your prayers and the prayers you pray for others? When we place our trust in God, not man, we can be sure that He will answer, either yes, no, or maybe, but that whatever His answer, it is for our best.

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Who Can Be Against

IMG_3125_013God Is On My Side; Therefore I Declare That I Cannot be Defeated, Discouraged, Depressed, Or Disappointed.

Some people derive their self-confidence from who they know, or where they live. Others have a special talent that’s been recognized, while still others have to have certain clothing to make them feel as if they could walk into any room with their head raised. Self-confidence, as described in the dictionary, means to have confidence in one’s own powers or judgment.

But what happens when the object that your self-confidence is based on disappears. What happens when the people you know decide that you are no longer a contributing member of their circle; that you no longer have value to them? What happens when you hit a financial down slide and lose the home that you prided yourself on? What happens when fashion changes and you are no longer a fashionista?

Most people base their self-confidence on an object that is fickle at best. Even talents can disappear if it is not fostered and worked on. But there is one, someone, who is not fickle, is dependable, and hasn’t changed since you first came to know Him. That is the Lord God Himself. The book of Romans, chapter 8, verse 37 says, “In all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us.”

Romans 8:31 says, “If God is for us, who can be against us?” Many of God’s attributes give us a reason to seek Him for a reason to be confident, not ourselves and yet people continue to look to themselves, their abilities or their circumstances, to walk confidently. God is faithful. He is trustworthy. He loved us enough to sacrifice His son for us. God knows the end from the beginning so will guide us on a path that will be only for our good.

Besides all that, He is the Mighty God of the Universe, all-powerful, all-knowing. He created the heavens and the earth. He created the vast expanse that goes beyond anything that our eyes have seen and He is in control of our world today.

Our confidence should be rooted in our God, who will never disappoint, disappear, or fail to be there when we need Him. Our confidence comes in knowing that He directs our paths; He steers us toward eternity. We need never hang our head in defeat because since He cannot be defeated, neither can we if our confidence comes from God and not self.

Analyze how you feel about yourself and why. Take stock of the gifts and talents you have and acknowledge that everything comes from God. I did not learn to write, it was a gift from God. I do not have a car and a house because I did this or that, but because God has allowed me to access His vast stores of provision. I do not have purpose on a daily basis from anything that I set out to do but because God gives me purpose as I walk where He leads.

Build your confidence on God. Stay away from looking to self to fulfill your life but know that God is your fulfillment and in Him, there is no discouragement, or condemnation. He will never fail you as your appearance will one day. Be a God confident Christian, not self-confident. Life will be more peaceful and contentment will flourish and you will be a much more effective pray-er.

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More Fearful Than Stones

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Have you ever met someone who, although unintentional, hurts those whom they speak to because they can’t seem to control their tongue? A friend has lost a loved one and that person, well-meaning, will say, “God brings all things together for our good.” While that’s a true statement, there’s a time and a place to voice those words. When a person is grieving, maybe in that part of the grieving process where they are a little angry with God, is not the time they want to hear it and it hurts them.

What about that favorite aunt who has a major weight problem? You’ve succeeded in losing some weight so as a form of encouragement, you state, “Your children would be so much prouder of you and not be ashamed to be seen with you if you lost some weight.” Ouch. There are so many more examples I could give of well-meaning people hurting the ones whom they intended to help.

There is a whole raft of admonishments in the Bible about taming that appendage that keeps creeping out of its intended strong-box. In James, chapter 3, verse 5, the brother of Jesus says,“…the tongue is a small part of the body but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest fire is set on fire by a small spark.” There have been wars that have erupted because of something one person or another has said. The tongue destroys as easily as it encourages.

Do you walk closely with the Holy Spirit? Then why don’t you ask Him before you speak to someone who is hurting. Ask Him to give you the right words. More often than not, He’ll impress upon you to be quiet, to say nothing. A hug says so much more than any words could express without pointing spears at a person’s broken heart. If a hug is too extreme for your circumstances, then a pat of understanding – no words – is sufficient.

A few years ago, while driving around filling water stations at a motorcycle rally, a man approached my four-wheeled vehicle and asked me to pray for his son. Now this man didn’t know me from a hole in the ground and he had lots of friends nearby. But he came to a stranger because he didn’t trust his friends to either keep his confidence or not say something like, “He probably deserves it.”

If you are, or want to be, a praying person, don’t talk about it … pray about it.     Don’t use prayer to admonish someone, just lay the issue in the Lord’s hands and let him deal with father and son. I’d didn’t need to ask that man what it was that his son was involved in or about his issue at all. God already knew. I just lay the situation at the foot of the cross and the man was satisfied. I left encouraging him to continue to pray for his son, as I had.

Watch the words you say at any time but especially when someone has already got a broken heart. Think about them before you utter a single syllable, and hug a lot. No words needed. Words can destroy a person from the inside out. They can hurt more fearful than stones.

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A Trust Issue

014dfcbf4d57d779a3c1fed9b9f3c6122650909cdaI Uproariously Laugh When I hear a Lie From the Devil

Have you ever thought about the connection between a lie and trust? The world we live in uses a variety of terms for lie in an effort to whitewash the habit. And for some, it is habit. They give no thought to the effects of that lie on the lives of the people who are inflicted by it. Some say they are saving a person’s reputation or their self-concept by telling them what they think they want them to hear instead of truth.

Trust is a tenuous thread at best. Again, the world we live in does not foster trust, in any circumstance. When I was growing up, I was often laughed at because I believed what people told me. It took a few years, but eventually I became jaded like everyone else and then, when I married, had to learn trust all over again. Trust is what keeps a man returning home after a day of temptations. Trust is what keeps a wife attentive to her husband’s needs believing he has her best interests at heart.

The quickest way for trust to be broken is for one to be found in a lie. It’s takes a long time to re-establish that vital link to make the relationship healthy again. Satan knew that when he perpetrated the ultimate lie in the Garden of Eden. “Did God really say that,” he asked. Then he proceeded to reinterpret God’s words for Eve, His lie created doubt and the rest is history.

In Psalm 2, verses 2,4,5, the Bible tells us, “The kings of the earth take their stand and the rulers gather together against the Lord. The One enthroned in heaven laughs; the Lord scoffs at them. Then He rebukes them in anger and terrifies them in His wrath.” God laughs at the lies that flow from the mouths of the leaders of the world and then He punishes them. God is truth. He knows everything, anywhere, anytime and yet humans insist on working their way around that truth … usually for their own gain.

How do we protect ourselves from the lies of the world? First of all, we need to make sure our words are not embellished or skewed or outright lies. Our integrity needs to be intact if we are to be effective pray-ers. Walking closely with God, the author of all truth, is a way that we will recognize a falsehood when we hear it. Have you ever walked into a room where someone was spouting half-truths or utter falsehoods, and known it immediately? The Holy Spirit living within offers you His opinion, if you are willing to listen.

I, for one, have no wish to experience God’s wrath. How about you? If you spend time with God on a regular basis, soaking in His truth, you’ll come to recognize a lie when you hear it. Keep your spirit connected with His and your words filled with truth. Then you can prayer effectively. And people will know you as a person of integrity and trust that what they tell you will be kept in confidence. Lies and trust are intertwined and can make or break a relationship. Prayer for our leaders today, that they will cloak themselves in integrity.

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Spiritual Fallout

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A church that we were affiliated with in Iowa, had the privilege of funding a building project in India at the same time they were building their facility in Iowa. Church members received many updates about the faith of Christian believers in that area of the world as a result of the church’s involvement with that orphanage. One story was especially inspiring.

A local pastor visited a village where a woman was suffering and near death’s door. The village elders had used their usual methods of healing, all to no avail. When the pastor visited, God used him to heal the woman, who rose from her death-bed almost immediately. The entire village became Christians.

There are all kinds of stories about how one member of a family becomes a follower of Jesus Christ and then several of his family members follow suit. Since my own conversion, my mother, a cousin, and a brother have expressed a similar belief. And our home became a breeding ground for Christian discipleship as our children accepted Jesus as their personal Savior, something that would not have happened if my husband and I had not turned toward Him in faith.

The bible, in Acts 16:30-31 tells the story of one man who approached the disciples and asked “Sirs, what must I do to be saved? They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved –you and your household.” They told him that his entire household would be saved. Culturally true of that day, the father was the religious guardian of the family.  What the father believed all were to believe, thus we see in the NT, household conversion.  This is true in several cultures today.

In our culture, this idea is reflected a little differently. Light dispels darkness. When one person in a household receives Jesus, genuinely and honestly, everyone whom he comes in contact with cannot help but see the change in that person. As he reflects Jesus back toward the others, they are drawn to placing their lives into the Lord’s hands also. There are some who profess faith but it doesn’t go any further than their mouths. They affect others in the exact opposite way.

There’s a reason why some cultures excommunicate a new believer. They know his faith cannot help but influence others. Is it a guarantee that the household will become believers? I don’t think so but they certainly have a better chance than if there was no believer amongst them at all. In our home, one member remains separated from the gospel but we are still praying that someday, if not through us, them through someone else, he will relent and accept God’s forgiveness.

Prayer is a major part of influencing our household. Words hardly ever do it. Our actions are the most important but prayer is something that we can do around the clock and prayer changes lives. Are you praying for your family … for your household? The most important thing you can do for them is pray. Take a few minutes right now. Place your loved one on the throne of God, and ask for God to intervene in their lives.

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Worthy, Not Worthless

01b7684b395f9efe1256f9a389ae43a5783932aee9Through Jesus, I am 100% Loved and Worthy to Receive All Of God’s Blessings

I’m not sure that being a teen these days is any different than when I was one, but for me it was as if my flaws outweighed my assets. The flaws seemed to be what everyone commented on including my parents. I was too tall, to thin, too disrespectful, to flat, my feet were too big, my grades too low (even a 95 in math wasn’t good enough) and on and on. In those days, I absorbed all of that and consequently my self-esteem was none existent.

Children today, from what I can see, are gifted to have teachers and parents who accent their positive assets while helping them work on the negatives. But I know there are still many who believe they are inferior. Most of that comes from their peer group. Children can be more cruel than the world allows these days with human rights legislation.

If I had been a Christian back in my teen years, I might have had some ammunition to fight with. For instance, in the Bible, in the book of Galatians, chapter 3, verses 5,6 asks, “Does God give you His Spirit and work miracles among you because you observe the law, or because you believe what you heard? Consider Abraham: “He believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness

Now you might ask what this has to do with self-esteem. These verses talk about a belief system. We are considered, as Christians, to be righteous, not by what we do (or how we look or act) but by believing. God bestows the gift of His Holy Spirit on us, according to these verses, not because we were good enough but because we believed that He sent His Son to pay the price demanded by a just God. That belief brings us under the auspices of God’s love and blessing.

When I was a teen, had I known Jesus Christ as my personal Savior, the taunts, teases, and put-downs would have rolled off my back a little easier because I would have known that I was an heir to the blessings and giftings that God has for me. I would have understood that He thought I was worthy enough to die for me, just me, even if I was the only one on earth. I would have understood that there wasn’t a thing I could do to earn His blessing. All I needed was belief.

Are you struggling with self-worth today? In order to be an effective pray-er, an effective intercessor, you need to believe that God has an abundance of blessings for you … if you believe in Him and His work on the cross. You must see yourself through God’s eyes and not the eyes of the kid who sits in the second row of your physics class. You must see yourself as loved beyond measure if you are to have the confidence to prayer for a miracle in your life or in the life of someone you wish to help.

Start telling yourself today that God loves you. God does not create mistakes. God created you just the way you are and will use you, just the way you are, to build into someone else’s life. But most of all believe it. And believe that He loved you enough to die for you … just the way you are.

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I Consistently Bring God Encounters to Other People

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Have you ever been in the presence of someone and felt that God was there, too? There is an aura around them that resonates with your spirit. You feel as if you’ve known them for years. They appear to be sensitive to your needs and can prayer specifically for you because they are praying in tune with the Holy Spirit. They’ve manifested God in your life, haven’t they?

I remember a time when someone approached me, after my first devotional was published, and told me that he met the Lord in the pages of that little book. I was honored that God would use me, my words, to touch the life of another human being. There have been other times when one of my mysteries has helped someone to think about their walk with Jesus.

In Mark 16: 17 and 18, the Lord told His disciples, just before returning to His heavenly home, “…and these signs will accompany those who believe: In my name they will drive out demons; they will speak in new tongues; ….they will place their hands on sick people, and they will get well.” He told them that their life would be different and that people would encounter God’s intervention in their life through them.

Walking about, living our ordinary lives, we who believe in the Lord and choose to walk closely with Him, should be affecting the lives of those whom we encounter. When we work alongside someone, they should sense that we are different.

A few years ago, while working as a journalist for a newspaper, a conversation among the staff over an article on Evolution brought about an interesting result. A young man who worked in the design department approached me at my work station and told me that I didn’t believe in evolution. He grinned as he said it and asked me to deny or confirm his observation. I hadn’t spoken one word about my belief system to anyone there. But they knew. Later I was able to lead that young man to a personal relationship with Jesus.

I’m sure many of you have similar stories to tell. If not, then today is the day to make your walk stand out more than your words. Allow God to use you to reach others because you have that close relationship that attracts others. You bring God into their lives by simply being in the same room with them. And they’ll know it.

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