About Me

Hello all:
My name is Debra.  Let me start by telling you a little about me: I live on the East Coast in the United States, I am a librarian and have been a born-again Christian for 20+ years. I started this blog as a way to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others.  Another reason I started this blog is because I wanted to connect with non-believers. Often, born-again believers come off as having all the answers. This is not so. I wanted the non-believer to know that we born-again Christians also have struggles and question God too. Normally, however, we seek for and yield to the will of God. If you too seek for God and His answer, life usually becomes so much easier! As life is usually hard,  I would love for it to be at least a little easier for everyone.


11 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Debra, I tried your suggestion for getting e-mail updates and it worked! Joni Tada, quadraplegic for at least 30 years, says “I think life is supposed to be hard.” She knows more than anyone else would.

  2. Lovely Ms. Debra,

    Now I have a better idea of what you have been working on. Thank you for all your prayers, past and future. I trust that blessings will gather round you like the leaves in fall.

    Love, MS

    • What a lovely thought: blessings gathering around me like the leaves in Fall. 🙂
      You are welcome for the prayers.
      Visit soon and often.

  3. Hi Debra! It was great meeting you and talking to you this past weekend at Ship. May God continue to bless and keep you as you endeavor to do His will for your life.

    • Yes, I yearn to be fulfilling God’s will for my life. I do not want to get before the Master
      and not hear a “well done thy good and faithful servant”.

  4. Debra,
    Congratulations with your new blog!! Here are some quotes for you and your readers to ponder:

    “When I hear somebody sigh, “Life is hard,” I am always tempted to ask, “Compared to what?””
    – Sydney J. Harris

    “Life is just a chance to grow a soul.”
    – A. Powell Davies

    “True religion is real living; living with all one’s soul, with all one’s goodness and righteousness.”
    – Albert Einstein

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