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Have you ever just needed a cup of coffee?  Old school coffee, not the k-cup kind.  Coffee where you grind up the beans, put the grounds in the coffee filter and brew a whole pot.  I love the aroma from … Continue reading

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The Plank

I am getting used to God speaking to me about my behavior when I think that I have been wronged personally. Maybe I am the only one who gets a righteous indignation about certain behaviors from others. That is where … Continue reading

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It’s not what it looks like

My struggle is real. If we are all honest, it is real for each and every one of us. I tend to keep my struggle quiet. Usually, it is silent. That is, until it erupts like a volcano spewing out … Continue reading

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Much appreciated

[POD] #9: Much appreciated Write about this: Who or what do you appreciate? And this: How fun is that, the revelry of appreciation? And this: What new can you find to appreciate, using both meanings? When I think about appreciation, … Continue reading

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Lead the Way

God has placed on my heart a burden for marriages in the church. It comes in waves, but when it hits I can hardly move under the weight of it.  At times I feel like it us a selfish burden, … Continue reading

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Calming the Sea{#Write31Days}

One of the definitions of trust is dependence on something future or contingent :  hope. About two years into my second marriage, I put my trust in God for my husband’s surrender to Him.  I can’t say my husband is not a believer; … Continue reading

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Winning together

Yesterday my son-in-law made a comment that was so profound and simple.  My two daughters, my son-in-law and I were playing Baggo after family dinner.  The first round he was teamed with my daughter, his wife.  They won.  The second round … Continue reading

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For the past sixteen years I have lived unequally yoked.  I see God working, but that total surrender has just not happened.   I became a Christian when I was eight years old.  I didn’t start walking in relationship until … Continue reading

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