Monthly Archives: April 2014

This Child Must Live Here

A couple of weeks ago I was invited to a fellowship group at the home of a friend. As the gathering developed, it became apparent to the friend who had invited me that his home was too small. He emailed … Continue reading

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Realigning My Periscope

I have one area of my life where the Presence of God is blurred. I know, cognitively, that God is good. An African greeting begins: “God is good,” followed by the response:“ All the time.” The greeting goes on: “All … Continue reading

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Becoming a Catalyst for Questions

Faith through aging eyes gives us the vantage point of seeing things through the lens of experience. We want to give advice that will prevent an unwelcome outcome to a chosen path. Well-meaning as we are, we usually find unsolicited … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of Love

Yesterday I was sent a visitor from God. She has a name by which people call her, but I recognized her and today remember her as love. She was not in a hurry, even though I know she has much … Continue reading

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