Monthly Archives: November 2013

Much Obliged

The wise advice from sources as varied as Mom and God Himself tell us to be thankful. But for what, exactly, does this apply? In her thought-provoking book entitled “One Thousand Gifts”, Ann Voskamp makes the observation that to simply … Continue reading

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Wall Repair

In the book of Isaiah, God says that one day some of His people will be called “the repairer of broken walls.” The walls referenced were those that kept intruders out, meaning that inside them, people were safe. I can … Continue reading

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Lizard Glory

I remember the day I found a small lizard in my bathtub. (Those little guys are common in Florida where I live.) Not wanting to share this private space with a reptile, I grabbed a small hand towel and set … Continue reading

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Top Prio … Really?

For decades I’ve listened to sermons, teachings, and informal rants all telling me what God REALLY wants. “It’s good to pray and do that other stuff”, one camp says, “but God’s heart is in missions.” Someone else cites a completely … Continue reading

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