Monthly Archives: January 2015

“The best mirror is an old friend”*

The friendship between David and Jonathan in 1st Samuel 18 is a beautiful picture of what we all desire in having a friend and what true friendship could look like. You may recall that Jonathan, King Saul’s son, is the … Continue reading

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“Follow Me”

Jesus instructed us to follow Him, not necessarily to be like Him. It is so easy when we’re trying to be like Jesus to get caught up in doing good things and, perhaps, miss the best thing entirely. So how … Continue reading

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Hey God, What Do You Want Me To Do With My Life?

“My Utmost For His Highest” had an interesting devotional this past Friday and Saturday. It had to do with communicating and that God communicates man’s calling in accordance with His nature, which is not man’s nature. And, that every creature … Continue reading

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There’s A Little Dorothy In All of Us

Life is hard, the pain so real Like an arrow shot through us Though we pretend not to feel. Not thinking of the fear we use anger too hide As we wander through life, Not realizing the lie? Unwittingly crafting … Continue reading

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A Novel Idea

Man’s life purpose Is not to be happy or sad, But wisely manage the time That all of us have. Our lives can be and adventure Or a sentence to be served; We can be a joy to others Or … Continue reading

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Dream World

You may recall Jesus saying that a prophet is never honored by his family or in his hometown. You might also recall that most of the great men and women of the Bible were required by God to leave their … Continue reading

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