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Stale Devotion






I was sorting through my pantry last night & then through my freezer & fridge. It was embarrassing to see how much waste existed in the bottom of packages or in unsealed bags. Stuff that none of my family members … Continue reading




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A Fresh Pair of Eyes, Please






Psalm 27:7-8 “Hear, O LORD, when I cry aloud; be gracious to me and answer me! You have said, ‘Seek My face.’ My heart says to You, ‘Your face, LORD, do I seek.’“ I greatly long to have a heart that … Continue reading




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Runnin’ on Empty?






With no one to show me how to cope with the horrible realities I faced, I ran. Between choir and theatre and cheerleading and track and student council and color guard and friends’ houses and church events and softball and running blind into wherever I thought the sun was shining, you can bet I was empty. To fill up, I’d watch my regular television programs, all with families I wished were my own. I’d stuff my face with junk food at the same time, knowing that my taste palette would be satisfied eventually. It never was, but I kept swallowing anyway.




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But I Did What You Said!






When my kids were little, they fueled analogies for my spiritual growth. And I could actually write about them. Now that they’re older I must be careful, because they actually care when I write about them, haha. But this time’s … Continue reading




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