KOMMONSENTSJANE – Tuesday Memes ….

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.


Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures.”– Actions that might seem extreme under normal circumstances are appropriate during adversity.

We all have them–difficult times in life where we took extreme action. It seems like the Psalms are filled with desperate times. The psalmists often write about their adversity. They often write about their hardships, the tough experiences, the trials.

Why is that? Because these themes are indicative of our lives, aren’t they? We all go through adversity. We all go through trials. We live in desperate times. There are parenting seasons that are really difficult. There are diseases and sicknesses that don’t seem to go away. There are conflicts that put strain our relationships. There are obligations and responsibilities that weary us.

Sometimes the adversities are small–like an inconvenient cold or headache, a work frustration or a bad day with the kids. Sometimes the adversities are big–like the loss of a family member, a terminal illness, a rebelling child, or financial hardship. What is your desperate situation right now? What is the adversity on your plate? What extreme actions can you take in the midst of it?



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Enjoys sports and all kinds of music, especially dance music. Playing the keyboard and piano are favorites. Family and friends are very important.
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1 Response to KOMMONSENTSJANE – Tuesday Memes ….

  1. balladeer says:

    These are great!


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