Monthly Archives: August 2017

I Didn’t Win $750 Million

During a recent lottery shindig, everybody was watching to see who was going to win all that money. Even I got all caught up in the excitement and was on the edge of my seat too. “Why,” the Gracious Mistress … Continue reading

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Can These Bones Live?

“He asked me, ‘Son of Man, can these bones live?’ I said, ‘Sovereign Lord, you alone know.’” Ezekiel 37:3 NIV Rejection after rejection and heartache after heartache, I felt pieces of me fall away. Every mistake and willful act of … Continue reading

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Celebration Has Become a Way of Life for Me

I have just celebrated my birthday, my wife’s birthday and our wedding anniversary. I am not sure how old I am or how long we have been married and I won’t even go to my wife’s age. I’m old enough … Continue reading

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The Endless Flow of Ink

This past week I had my yearly visit with my doctor. Believe me, it was no vacation but it did vacate the cash in my wallet. It was not the loss I needed at the time. It is amazing about … Continue reading

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A Delightful Ride – Accompanying the Master Through Tough Terrain

“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered, “you are worried and upset about many things, but only one thing is needed.” Luke 10:41-42 (NIV) I’m a Martha, I admit it. I’m overly concerned with accomplishing tasks and doing them well. Whether I’m … Continue reading

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A Discount by Any Other Name

I find too often I get all caught up with the busyness of life that I forget some things. For example, last week the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and I had birthdays. Our birthdays are only two days apart, … Continue reading

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