Monthly Archives: March 2011

Stop Laying It On The Altar And Pray The Right Way

I’ve heard it said so many times that when you pray you should just “lay it on the altar” and forget about it.  “Just give it to God and don’t take it back into your own hands”, they say.  I … Continue reading

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There is more than Dirty Clothes at the Laundromat

For those of you who have never been to a Laundromat you should try it at least once in your life. In the past I used it because my washer machine broke while waiting on a new one to arrive. … Continue reading

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My Life Assignment

I want to share something very near and dear to me.  It’s a vision God gave me for my life.  Since I first became a Christian in 1978 I’ve asked God to give me a life goal.  A work that … Continue reading

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Me 2.0 Wahoo!

Today I became a senior citizen.  It gives one a feeling of having seniority.  Did our society somehow decide that when you reach 55 you’ve been around long enough to qualify for a life recognition award? 🙂 It’s been a … Continue reading

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Plague of the Frogs

Have you ever wondered what it must have been like to be in the midst of the plagues in Egypt? Have you thought about how miserable it would have been?   I would have been a very unhappy Egyptian if I … Continue reading

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Mom, you want to join Facebook?

For all of you out there who are either computer literate or illiterate, Facebook is now everywhere. You don’t even have to know how to use it, or know how to find it on the internet. To be honest you … Continue reading

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Thanks for all of your prayers. That must be why I have been feeling better!

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No Matter What Column – Do You Remember Woolsworth?

I have several memories of Christmas shopping.  One particular memory I have is when I was a very young little girl.   When I describe myself as little I mean that in the most literal sense of the word.  I could … Continue reading

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The parable of the sower

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The amazing grace of “do-over,” the art of second chance

If anybody believes in “do-over,” it is Yours Truly. This stems back to my pre-adult days littered with carefreeness and fun of all sizes and shapes. At that time, my whole life revolved around games. I was part of that unfortunate generation that had to make up their own games, as we were not privileged to have video games, iPods and Blueberries. Although I did enjoy a freshly baked blueberry pie with two scoops of ice cream whenever the opportunity presented itself.

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America- A Nation in Search of its Soul

That is part of the title of a great Christian read, called “Character and Destiny- A Nation in Search of its Soul”, by Dr. D. James Kennedy.  Not only is it a great piece on morality, but also a very relevant historical … Continue reading

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Peace: God’s Lap of Love

Philippians 4 has a verse about the peace that passes all understanding. I have read it for years but never really grasped the whole meaning of it. A few months ago I realized I have never known what that is … Continue reading

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Giving God Praise

In my reading on the craft of writing, I ran across the following sentence. “Successful Christian writers always make sure God gets 100% of the glory, even in the hidden places . . . where only He can see.” This … Continue reading

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This is the Day

As you praise and sing forth with joy, your faith shall turn to sight But now is not the time. You shall turn the nations and point them to the right. You shall behold the matchless rapture of all that … Continue reading

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The Trials of Job

Warning:  This post is 4,383 words long.  (Job 3:25-26 NIV)  What I feared has come upon me; what I dreaded has happened to me. {26} I have no peace, no quietness; I have no rest, but only turmoil.” I didn’t … Continue reading

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