Nightmarish Fear

By Gabriela Yareliz Our minds can often play us on our worst fears. Take it from someone who had nightmare after nightmare this week, and each was tied to a deep fear, that our bodies and minds respond to our thoughts and emotions. It can affect our mood, our disposition and our peace. Fear alwaysContinue reading “Nightmarish Fear”

Altogether Beautiful

[Image by Dolce & Gabbana] By: Gabriela Yareliz San Valentino is upon us, as the Italians would say. This brought to mind notes from the romantic story of Ruth. This brings us to start with Proverbs 31:29, “Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all.” Those would be words used to describe aContinue reading “Altogether Beautiful”

Our Father the Weaver: by Ravi Zacharias

I am reading a book by Ravi Zacharias, he is oe of my favorite speakers and thinkers of this time. His book is called The Grand Weaver, and he is of course from India. Those who know me know that I have a special place in my heart for this country, its people and itsContinue reading “Our Father the Weaver: by Ravi Zacharias”

The reality of salvation and being “saved”

By: Gabriela Yareliz Yesterday, I decided I would actually take time to eat my lunch, so I went to the outdoor area by the Welcome Center in front of the fountain to watch as parents and their children took tours where the tour guides would be bubbly and lie about where students love to hangContinue reading “The reality of salvation and being “saved””

Who has known the mind of the Lord?

By: Gabriela Yareliz These words are some of the most deep words I have read in the Bible, lately. Every sentence made me think about my relationship with God; how we relate to Him. Romans 11  33]Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgmentsContinue reading “Who has known the mind of the Lord?”