Category Archives: life

Irrational Anger

What exactly is it, anger you just can’t place; for a four-year-old boy, it’s anger without a face. No memory triggers, not a clue to explain its start, though dad had quite a temper that kept me on my guard. … Continue reading

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Holiness

Providentially, God placed a book in my hands that starts off examining holiness. It challenges the reader to define holiness. In trying to do that I’m drawn to Isaiah 6:3 and Revelation 4:8 where the cherubim and seraphim in God’s … Continue reading

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The Upside Down Kingdom

Would you want to be a part of a kingdom where to live you first must die; to be first you begin by being last; to be a leader you must be a servant; to be a member you are … Continue reading

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Being OCD-Like In A Non-Obsessive Compulsive World

I like happy endings. Perhaps that’s why I like Hallmark movies and my favorite book is “To Kill a Mockingbird”. But life affords few happy endings. Or does it? Jesus being born poor, in a dirty barn; living His life … Continue reading

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Elohim, Adonai, El Shaddai

God created the world out of nothing, He spoke and the void disappeared; His words filled it up with pure beauty, when nothing but newness appeared. God created man in His image, for His glory we’re created to trust, male … Continue reading

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Life’s Journey

Man was made to journey, to a destination beyond our reach; it’s a journey of adventure, something greater we must seek. The journey is our mission, it’s given by the King who promised to go with us down the path … Continue reading

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What’s Hidden Inside

How does a sculptor, his eyes on the granite, know a lion’s inside? And when does the painter, with her anvil and canvas, know there an oak tree resides? Before an image can blossom the artist looks on the inside, … Continue reading

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