Monthly Archives: May 2013

Anger Management

  When I was young, a bratty kid chased me around the edge of the concrete swimming pool.  To escape, I dove in. …Duh. For some reason I grabbed my aching forehead and tugged the hair right out.  Hence 50 … Continue reading

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Ever-Morphing

  My poor husband can’t understand why I keep moving the place we keep the batteries.  He also wonders why dress shirts no longer cost $1.17. It’s called change, Dude.  Deal.  Like God told Abraham: “…Do not be afraid to … Continue reading

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Little Bits Add Up to Big Grace

  My supervisor took a vacation.  I survived my first week working alone!  But guess Who gets ALL the glory?  All week I’ve seen little bits that add up to big grace. For example, I had six big projects almost … Continue reading

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Colossian Gleanings

the knowledge of his will… that you may live a life worthy of the Lord… bearing fruit… being strengthened… endurance and patience The Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance For he has rescued us from the … Continue reading

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Peter Pan and the Freak Show

  Maybe you’ve noticed: this world is getting to be one big freak show: Reality TV, in real time.  Ever since Eden, there’s been misconception and deception, hypocrisy and hatred, foolishness and foul play. When there are many words, transgression … Continue reading

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Theoretically Christian

  Just as studying a book on martial arts doesn’t make you a black belt, knowing the Bible doesn’t make you a Christian.  “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who … Continue reading

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Shortages

  “There sure seems to be a shortage of common sense nowadays.” No, that didn’t come from Grandpa.  I heard it yesterday from a 22-year-old; he added that the problem is a lack of core values in the home.  What … Continue reading

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