Monthly Archives: October 2010

One man’s trick is another man’s treat

My wife is very good at multitasking, whereas, I can only focus on one thing at a time. At this point, I had completely forgotten why I had come to the grocery store in the first place. I was beginning to feel like a kid again and I could not stop chuckling to myself.

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Christian Sharia Law?

I would like to see more Christians in office working to create laws that are morally infused.  However, this presents a problem that I thought we might discuss. If Christians are creating the laws to line up with the biblical … Continue reading

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Just as the wind blows and cannot be seen, God speaks to people and He is not heard. When something is blown, then we see where the wind has been. When a Christian listens, God will confirm His Word. How … Continue reading

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Light The Corners Of My Mind

A single candle casts a dim glow around the rough hewn table. A bowl of boiled meat and lentils releases it’s fragrance and causes the old man’s mouth to salivate. This was Martha’s recipe. She would make it whenever the … Continue reading

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No Matter What – Cross Shadows

Cross Shadows The older I get the more I start to notice the little things. Maybe that’s how it is when you’re getting older, you notice things that you didn’t notice when you were in maybe your twenties. I’m not … Continue reading

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Opening My Mouth and Letting The Truth Out…

I ask myself, “How can I NOT tell of the awesome things God has done for me?”…I get so excited telling others about His help, sometimes I can’t shut up. To me, the glow that comes into a listener’s eyes – the revealing spark of hope indicating their own hunger for a God who cares – is worth it all.

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The Woman Who Bled Luke 8:42b-44,47-48

As Jesus went on His way, the crowds almost crushed Him. And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years, but no one could heal her. She came up behind Him and touched the edge of His cloak, and immediately her bleeding stopped. I see two healings in one – the bleeding, and her faith. Continue reading

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God or Money?

(Matthew 6:24-25 NIV)  “No one can serve two masters. Either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and Money. {25} “Therefore … Continue reading

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