Tag Archives: God

Unwrapping Lazarus

Agape love’s God’s love for us, sanctified addiction’s how we respond; and with His love we more than thrive, our life and purpose knows no bounds, God’s holiness the linchpin but His love draws us in, there’s not one without … Continue reading

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Laughter Isn’t Always Funny

Getting laughed at don’t get easier just because you’ve gotten old, there’s just more things to laugh at like invisible disabilities and their toll. Sometimes the laughter’s amusing, even if at your expense, though is it really funny or humiliating  … Continue reading

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Loneliness Is A State of Mind, Not a Lifestyle 

Is loneliness a universal problem or one closer to home? How big a part does “fear” play in our feelings of loneliness? Is “shame” the primary driving force behind our loneliness or is it self-absorption or one of the many … Continue reading

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Monumental Mistakes 

While I think I understand why many African-American citizens may be offended at hearing the song Dixie and/or seeing Colonel Reb prancing around a football field, I think European-American Civil War statues may actually serve a more useful  purpose. God … Continue reading

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History’s Mysteries and The Lived Language of God

God fishing ole Jonah out of the drink, Isaiah humbly praying, “here am I send me”. Elijah running scared to Horeb after killing Baal’s priests, God appearing to Abraham near the tree at Mamre. Peter timidly despondent at the crow … Continue reading

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Lies, Lies and More Lies

We are all so self-deluded, we think we know what’s right, it seems we’re bred believing more toys will make us all right. We devote our lives to making money all else takes second place, then wake up one day … 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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