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Jesus: the Reason for the Season (part I)

  “Be completely humble and gentle, be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace” –  Ephesians 4:2–3.   I don’t know about you, but I have … Continue reading

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What makes you happy? – Part II

I find joy and pleasure in the inexpensive and accessible. These things lift my countenance and keeps my cup half full (vs. half empty).    For instance, yesterday my husband and I took a drive in the country. We stopped at … Continue reading

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Father of Lights

           Why is it when I’m down for whatever reason (sickness or injury) that this is the time I tend to look upward? Some occasions, I even dare ask, Why me, God…and why now?  After all I’ve done for so … Continue reading

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I’m thoroughly enjoying a book,  One Thousand Gifts-A dare to live fully right where you are,” my friend Kathy gave me. Ann Voskamp, the author, encourages the reader to be thankful. She claims the “real problem of life is never a lack of time. … Continue reading

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“Hold on!”

  First thing this morning, I hear the words to Hold On, by Toby Mac. Listen to the meaning behind the words: “Wake up to the morning light – wipe away the lonely night – let a brand new day … Continue reading

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