24 Dec 2018

Christmas Goodies0

For some reason, people have been overly generous to us this year with gifts of Christmas goodies. We have fudge and fine chocolates and sugar cookies and gingerbread cookies and chocolate-covered pretzels and candies, and all kinds of various sweet concoctions that people have created with toffee and chocolate and peppermint. There’s currently an almond [...]

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17 Nov 2018

More Thanksgiving0

Because of Thanksgiving, November is the designated month in which we express our gratitude. We tell people we are thankful for them. We cook rich foods and celebrate loved ones while preparing our hearts for the next fast-approaching holiday. Despite the cold weather, I do enjoy all of these things. Yet I find myself wishing [...]

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29 Oct 2018

Six Crucial Steps0

Do you remember the first time you were aware of your sin?
Around age four, I remember stealing a penny I found on the living room floor of my neighbor’s house. I thought about it for weeks. Should I return it and be honest about it? Or should I just casually drop it out of [...]

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26 Sep 2018

The Lord Provides1

I penned these words seven years ago and they are even more precious to me today. Our God is abundantly good and gracious, ever providing for His people in ways we could never hope or imagine.
The Lord Provides
© 2011 Portion Music (ASCAP)
If you are thirsty, come to the waters
His fountain never runs dry
If you are [...]

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13 Aug 2018

Blind Spots0

One of Webster’s definitions of a blind spot is “an area in which one fails to exercise judgement or discrimination.” I hear it mentioned regularly that everyone has personal blind spots. What is implied by this comment is that we are unable to sufficiently see and analyze all the areas of our lives.
Our physical eyes [...]

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