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If we could look at the world through God’s eyes, would everything be in perfect focus with sharp, clear lines and bright colors? God views the splendor of all things without regard to shape or color. God sees creation through … Continue reading
As Christians we partake of the body and blood of Jesus poured out in love for us. Into our hands we receive Christ’s life, and then, we put our lives into His, so with renewed spirit, we can spread the … Continue reading
Our children should be loved and nurtured through their formative years. As parents and Christians we are the ones who raise them, not politicians or teachers, along the journey to adulthood. God loaned them to us to love and protect.
Be joyful even when events in life are unexpected. Unless we feel sorrow how can we know happiness? Adversity strenghtens our faith. Joy flows when heaven’s and earth’s powers join together to make something divine. CHRISTMAS December 26, 2017
Bones and joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons laced together are the sinews of our body. Lubricated by motion we still endure aches and pains as we go about our work. But it is in Christ, we live and move and have … Continue reading
I love a good tenor. Rich vibrato, glorious high notes, melodic loveliness bringing joy to many hearts. Songs can bring tears to the eyes, a crowd to its feet, or to its knees. The alchemy begins with just one note. … Continue reading
To travel back in time to memories lost in the shuffle is a journey of grace. Lazy days on the front porch. Scary memories of the smokehouse. Sunday drives going nowhere and back. I wish I could linger a while … Continue reading
It is not in the midst of the thunder of timpani that revelations come to me…instead, it is in the quiet moments, spaces in between the giant cataclysmic life events I hear the whisper of the wind.
Aches and pains. Symptoms of sickness, aging, overdoing things. I am upset because I feel less than I have been and even less than I can be. I have faith I will get better and perhaps accept my own limitations.