Monthly Archives: March 2017

Painful Doors

Pain is all around us if we’ll stop and look a bit; physical pain is often visible, the mental, a jacket that snugly fits. Pain’s what humans have in common, sometimes worn with subtle pride; though we try to mask … Continue reading

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Providence, Thoughts and Observations 

Some say works a calling, others, a curse to endure; some love what they’re doing others simply aren’t so sure. Why then do we labor, just to put food on the table? Are there nobler motivations or killing time while … Continue reading

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A Nation of Philistines

Philistine is defined as someone “lacking in or hostile to culture”. Is it me or have you noticed that the predominant feelings of our time appear to be anger and hatred. Are we a nation of philistines and, if so, … Continue reading

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Hometowns

Many raised in a small town thought they’d never leave, but when forced away a short time never returned, not meant to be. Their old friends just as friendly but things just aren’t the same, their good times don’t include … Continue reading

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The Living , Breathing Gospel

God’s creation reflects His genius, all around us, everywhere; like the flowers in the springtime waking up in their earthly tombs, a cavalcade of colors, being birthed from nature’s womb. Lightning proclaims the Father’s power, the rainbows His grace, the … Continue reading

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