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Count Your Curses?

I was singing along to the old hymn recently, “Count your curses, Count them one by one… Count your many curses, See what evil has done.” Don’t click the exit button. I’m obviously aiming at sarcasm to get your attention. … Continue reading

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Off to Church With a Heart of Worship?

Felt led to post a ‘lil “fiction” piece I wrote several years ago. The weekend is always a good time for me to ask the Lord to search my heart and bring any entitlement or stinky attitudes to mind. Who … Continue reading

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Defining Moment of Faith

I’ve never said this publicly before, but my daughter gave me permission to tell you that she has scoliosis. It’s been quite a journey, spiritually and emotionally, but just another part of deepening my faith. And my prayer life. The … Continue reading

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Wanna Treat?

“The teaching of Your word gives light, so even the simple can understand. I pant with expectation, longing for your commands. Come and show me Your mercy, as you do for all who love Your name.” Psalm 119:129-132 Not a … Continue reading

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And The Magic Number Is…1,001

Some verses in the Bible are just that way. You’ve read them, heard them, prayed over them 1,000 times, but it’s the 1,001st time that the message ends up soaking in. And of course, magic has nothing to do with … Continue reading

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