If anyone would like to continue to follow me, my new blog is ashleyhearod.com. Same name, but different blog (long complicated story that I now realize i’m not nearly as tech savvy as i thought i was… sorry). Can’t promise on the consistency, but that is where I will be! Love always ash
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What is the point of it all? Living this life? There is purpose. But what is it? We all sin. -Not all of us are sinners. Because it’s impossible to be both a sinner and a saint- But we all sin. Christians included. Yet, we’re told to be perfect just as God is perfect (Matthew… Read More Love in love
Grace. Why is it freely given? Why is it given at all? Well, to be honest I’m still kinda figuring it out. But I’m going to do my best to unveil the truth behind it. The entire point of the gospel is grace. That is why it is The Good News. Who wants bad news, right? Nobody. We don’t… Read More Grace and grace
As it turns out, I do not have a Y chromosome. As suggested in my recent post about confidence. Women have two X chromosomes, while men have one X chromosome and one Y chromosome. Thank you to the fellow that informed me about this. And as for the rest of the 70 people that liked that post,… Read More Most humble of them all
Will you still love me when dawn disappoints? Will you still love me when my heart drops the baton and the symphony ends? Will you still love me when your promises only seem as dancing ashes? Will you still love me when my strength is nothing more than the whispering of the wind? Your love is brighter… Read More Oxygen in my blood
“So don’t throw away your confidence, which has a great reward.” (Heb. 10:35, HCSB version) Heres’s the thing: We have all battled with confidence in some area in our life at some point in time. Maybe the last time wasn’t since we were eight and losing at a basketball game, but it has happened to… Read More Unlocking confidence