Isn't it Beautiful!? There is still a gray(ness) in the air, but can you see the potential? The trees are not in bloom yet, but still, there are buds just starting to make an appearance. Can you see the hint of yellow in some of the distant branches? The water level is low, and the rocks are stopping the stream from flowing on the one side, but to the left, the water is flowing. I walk by this stream every morning with Ava, my Golden Retriever. I like to stop here and just take a…Continue
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Mr. Miyagi and joy. Choose Joy #4 Psalm 16.11
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Not too long ago, I found myself eating a mug of instant oatmeal in a hotel…
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Make Way for Joy!
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"Joy to the World" is one of my favorite Christmas carols. As I write I am thinking about the wording,…
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What does it mean to be filled with the Holy Spirit?
An Innocent Man Charged. Easter, 2018
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what matters most?
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God, give me a pure heart! Matthew 5.8
It is nighttime and I am flying over the farmland of California, winging my way back home from Northern California, where I attended an event to honor the birth of my niece’s newborn baby girl, just two months old. Looking at her, complete innocence . . . lack of guilt; one could say, pure in heart. Hmmm . . . step a little closer please—not so sure.
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Love, Christian Style… or at least love like Jesus had in mind. Titus 2.2…
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Sold out. January, 2014.
While I no longer set New Year’s resolutions, I often think…
Looking in … to our Hearts. …