Author Archives: Jill English Johnston

About Jill English Johnston

God writes His story on every heart, if we only pause to read it. My heart has lived in a fantasy world since early childhood and am delighted that God has finally brought me to the place where I can bring the fantasies to life through story. I am currently working on a fantasy trilogy (of course) but I also post thoughts, reflections and (hopefully) inspiration to my website: tabletsofhumanhearts.wordpress.com I am a follower of the Rabbi Jesus, married to my best friend and inspiration, and the mother of three incredible children, one daughter and two sons, with one son-in-love. When not writing, I passionately pursue prayer, reading (never enough time to read them all!), and the outdoors. My husband and I both served in the US Navy and have lived/travelled through many states and all over Asia. We both still enjoy travelling, but we really love our home in Schertz, located at the crossroads of Texas, just northeast of San Antonio.

Re: Realign

When conditions align themselves at sunset, the sun angle and the amount and location of clouds, the results can be amazing. But if we’re in the wrong place, if our perspective is off, we may miss the spectacular show. In the … Continue reading

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Re: Ready

Yes. I know. Ready isn’t technically a Re word, a word that has re as a prefix. But in order to undertake my list of Re words, I felt the need to be Ready. Ready. Prepared for whatever the Lord … Continue reading

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Personal Reflection: Re

Our God is faithful. He is trustworthy. He is patient. If I trip. If I’m discouraged. If I’m sad. If I need to see what He’s done. He helps me up again. He brings me to a place of hope … Continue reading

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2019. Let’s Re. Let’s be Re.

This year, I decided to take a look at all the Re’s the Lord gives us. Re’s have popped up in various places. Bible study. Sermons. Worship. The Re words are everywhere. And I realized (see, there’s one), they are … Continue reading

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Miracles: light of one man’s world

The fading light of dusk casts the city in shadows as I cautiously make my way through the streets, staying close to the walls. Jerusalem swells with crowds, as it always does during holy festivals, and the travelers push and … Continue reading

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