Monthly Archives: December 2011

Psalm of Peace

I wrote this psalm  a week ago just before major surgery. One thing I know…I have His peace. Jerusalem, peace within her walls.  Holy Spirit, come!  Give me focus, clarity and ears to hear: Peace, Child. My peace I give … Continue reading

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A “tested” tried and true CHRISTmas

The one thing a sarkie wants for Christmas is their next breath.  Breathing life is pretty precious and pretty important.   Most people take something as simple as breathing so for granted.  Those with the rare and relatively unresearched ‘sarcoidosis’ don’t.  … Continue reading

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womb of creation and nurture

He settles the barren woman in her home as a happy mother of children. Praise the LORD. Psalm 113:9 I woke up yesterday morning and the knowledge of the results of my surgery hit me full force.  I realized in … Continue reading

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This fragile life experience

My good friend is always saying to me, “We are a fragile people.”  I believe it. I had major surgery this week, and since I am the deep contemplative personality type, I had plenty of time to ponder many things … Continue reading

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It’s a Wonderful Life?

It’s a Wonderful Life! I have always wanted to see this movie and have never been able to sit down and watch it all the way through.  Everyone who has watched it tells me what a great movie it is.  … Continue reading

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Death of fear frees.

Teach me to number my days aright that I may gain a heart of wisdom. When my husband was eleven years old a close playmate of his died.  It was a difficult time for him.  He didn’t go to school for … Continue reading

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I long for…

O God, you are my God, earnestly I seek you; my soul thirst for you, my body longs for you, in a dry and weary land where there is no water.  I have seen you in the sanctuary and beheld … Continue reading

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