Monthly Archives: February 2018

Walk with me

I was thinking while walking my dog this morning. [He’s a Shih Tzu. He’s delicate and stubborn. It’s embarrassing.] My thoughts were focused on trust because I’ve been pondering a verse I recently read. Then Christ will make his home … Continue reading

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Keep away, monkey

Did you ever play Keep Away (also referred to as Monkey/Piggy/Pickle in the Middle) as a child? It’s a game in which two or more players pass a ball back and forth, while the “monkey” in the middle attempts to … Continue reading

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To know me is to love me

“To know me is to love me” is cliche, but points to a basic truth. No, I don’t think I’m inherently lovable.  However, I do believe that if I don’t know someone, then I have no opportunity to love them. … Continue reading

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Remain (10 = 7 + 3)

  re·main rəˈmān continue to exist, especially after other similar or related people or things have ceased to exist stay in the place that one has been occupying continue to possess a particular quality or fulfill a particular role. The … Continue reading

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I’m clueless

I’m sometimes surprised by the hard time that Jesus’ disciples had in recognizing God’s plan unfolding directly around them. They had front row seats to the most important event in history and consistently failed to see God’s hand at work. … Continue reading

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