Welcome to my blog!
I’m a housewife with four grown children and grandchildren. We used to ranch in South Dakota, but now we are “city” folk. Because I like to study God’s word, I thought using a blog would be a neat way to express some of my thoughts about what I have studied over the years. It should be a good way to share and organize my thoughts at the same time.
Because I want this web site to just glorify God and the salvation He offers to all of us, I won’t be debating anyone’s doctrinal beliefs or holding discussions on various subjects. This web site is simply a quiet time to consider various verses in God’s word.
I would sure like to have you join me and will try to write a bit each day for you.
The links on the right hand side of the “Hallelujah!” blog are devotionals I have written over the past few years. They have been posted in the past on another web site that does not keep an archive, so I thought I would share them with you here.
Some of these sidebar links show a bit more about me — just the things that make life interesting. Hope you enjoy it all and visit as you are able. Thank you for stopping by.
Update to this About page
The above icon was in a “Happy 4th Anniversary” notice from WordPress. I have been posting devotionals to this site every day for four years now. Anyone who wishes is welcome to read any of these posts. They may be reached by using the calendar in the right-hand column. A drop down box will make all the years and months available. After choosing one of those, go again to the calendar in the right-hand column and click on a day of the month. That will take you to the post for the day you chose.
Another option is to click on one of the “Tags” listed in the right-hand column. That will take you to devotionals tagged with that word. A third option is to use the search box in the right-hand column and type in a word that you think I might have written about. That will take you to the latest post title containing that word. All of these options are somewhat cumbersome.
Some day I’d like to make up an easier listing of the posts, so that a person can see a whole list of titles made into links, which would give a better picture of what is available. That would make searching more of a “What You See Is What You Get” set of options. ( Older people might remember the early computer days, when the term “WYSIWYG” was often used. )
All-in-all, it’s good to think about what God says to us.