Faith carries us along on a tide of God’s promises beyond the mire and desolation of our despair.~BettyView Meditation about November 26
Karl Knaths. Water Valley. Smithsonian Museum of American History Hardly a day passes, Lord, that I am not overwhelmed and drawn under by the pain of someone I love. I too often allow the fear to take me to the […]Read More about What Do I Do With The Pain?
Nothing ever stays the same in our lives. Again and again we are called to let go in order to find a new way. ~BettyView Meditation about October 29
Prayer is the breath of the soul, the organ by which we receive Christ into our parched and withered hearts. As air enters in quietly when we breathe, and does its normal work in our lungs, so Jesus enters quietly […]Read More about My Burning Heart
Suffering has so much to teach us. It is not a punishment but the divine route to complete rest in God. ~BettyView Meditation about October 15
Dear Ones I reflect anew on my own inner journey, travel once again by memory, from decade to decade. Each of my nine decades has affirmed one reoccurring theme: a call, the cry to let go into the Light. For […]Read More about A Letter From Betty
Nothing is wasted. The water we once poured into the wine cannot be drained off, but mercifully, if consecrated, will be transformed. ~BettyView Meditation about October 1
Your eyes are windows into your body. If you open your eyes wide in wonder and belief, your body fills up with light. If you live squinty-eyed in greed and distrust, your body is a dank cellar. If you pull […]Read More about Eyes That See