Monthly Archives: May 2011

Living Memorial

The question popped into my head just a few seconds ago, “Why don’t we have a Memorial Day for the greatest Warrior who ever lived, Jesus Christ?”  and then immediately I realized, “We do!!!  Easter!”   Not only do we … Continue reading

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Can life sing a song?

I woke up early this morning, before the sun had risen, and sat on the edge of my bed.  The windows were open to let in fresh air and I was surrounded by my 3 cats.  I sat quietly in … Continue reading

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Special Application available!

My 15 year old son and I went fishing yesterday on the river.  We didn’t catch anything, but there was one point where my son and I were discussing the merits of bait, and how worms are the best bait … Continue reading

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I just want to hide under a rock

Do you ever have moments in time when you feel weight on your head and shoulders pressing you down?  If what you were experiencing became a physical manifestation it would seem as if a steamroller were rolling you over, or … Continue reading

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Dirty Windows

I cleaned my front storm door window the other day.  I love clean windows.  I love when I can look outside and see clearly.  The problem is that the storm door window is the only window in my entire house … Continue reading

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What is on the horizon?

The divine revelation that the prophet Habakkuk saw.  How long, O LORD, am I to cry for help, but you will not listen? I cry out to you, “There’s violence!” yet you will not come to the rescue. Why do … Continue reading

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Sunflower Seeds

I woke up this morning thinking about seeds. When my son, Corey was a lot younger, I remember a moment in time when we were both in the kitchen.  I was eating some sunflower seeds when the Holy Spirit prompted … Continue reading

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