Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Legacy of Injustice 

Injustice is all around us, you see it everywhere, but if we’re not real careful we’ll find we just don’t care. From a senseless drive-by shooting to defacing redwood trees, prevaricating by the fake news, a family torn apart by … Continue reading

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The Tracks of Life

Does life unfold in clustered feelings, good things happening all at once; then the bad things joined together, coming at you unannounced? Or, do life’s events come rolling at you like a train on life’s rail lines, good and bad … Continue reading

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Peace

One of the attributes that I admired most in Christians before I was saved was the kind of peace they seemed to have. I’ve been chasing after that peace ever since.  In John 16:33 Jesus is facing the cross squarely … Continue reading

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Sadness

Like fog settling in for the morning or a giant blanket covering a room, sadness smothers and consumes you, with grayish shades of doom and gloom. Its cause and thickness always changing, its murky pall can spread like fire, every … Continue reading

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Is Bigger Better

If we’re honest, don’t most of us think bigger is better? For example, our prayer lives, the longer and more elegant our prayers the better we think they are. But doesn’t this fly in the face of Jesus’ teaching on … Continue reading

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