Twists, Turns, Takeaways. August 30
Our lives are much like patchwork quilts. I know there is something you can take away from the pieces in my recent quilting - what is…
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|Please don’t feed the pelicans …
but please feed yourself.
->And see personal note at the end.
Please don’t feed the pelicans, the sign at the end of our city pier reads. ‘Doing so can create a dependent population.’…
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|You call him what? Matthew 26.47-50
What you call someone is a real indication of your relationship. Think of it—when you hear a man refer to his wife as his old lady, at best he is flippant, at worst, he does not respect her at all.…
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This is Personal. Matthew 26
Are you an observant person, or are you in your own head so much you miss a tremendous amount? For instance, do you pass by something rare and beautiful because your mind is flitting from this thing you have to do to what someone expects of you to some vague notion of something eating at you, though you haven’t stopped long enough to work that thought through? What do you fail to notice?
What did you notice…
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|What do you notice? Matthew 26 - it is long, it is worth it.
No way around it – we’ve got to look at the whole chapter before we step a little closer. What do you notice, perhaps that you have never noticed before?
“When Jesus had finished…
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YOLO … sure about that? Matthew 25.31-46
YOLO, or You Only Live Once ~ described a few years ago as the newest acronym you’ll love to hate.1 How true! I remember being in a crowded, hot gym one evening watching Dylan dance his one number for his IB Dance class, and hearing students yelling it ad infinitum, “YOLO!” Latin? Sort of. Actor Jack Black said it was dumb folks’ way of saying “Carpe Diem,” but in truth, YOLO falls woefully short of the principle of Seize…
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"Well Done!" Matthew 25.14-30…
God uses it all… even your rough stuff.
“Trust Me?” God asks.
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