Monthly Archives: December 2015

Footprints in Chaos

Many of us love to pray or sing “Open my eyes, Lord, I want to see Jesus.” What we aren’t as quick to acknowledge is our expectation that the Jesus we see be accompanied by comfort, order and tranquility. Those … Continue reading

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Fox Hole Evangelism

My Koi pond needs an aerator to keep the fish alive during the winter season. I have been unsuccessful in scheduling my usual professional pond service this fall. So, rather than pondering my seven Koi friends gasping for air, I … Continue reading

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Maybe this Burden is not Mine

I have often prayed for a burden to be removed from mine, or a friends’ shoulder. I was impacted this morning by the wording of Psalm 81:6 “I removed his shoulder from the burden…” I would have expected it to … Continue reading

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