Category Archives: Grief

What Do You See? A Giant?

What do you see when you look into tomorrow? What do you see when you try to figure out what you are going to do about your bills, about your health, about your children or grandchildren? If I listen to … Continue reading

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Greg’s Fishin Hole

My friend, Greg, had another great post this morning re: forgiveness.  So come on over to Greg’s Watering Hole today and take a sip of his brew. It’s straight from the Living Water!

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The Church: Social Club or Office for The Physician

Book reviews of From Sorrows to Sapphires by Angela Williams and Terrible Things Happened to Me by Tom Scales The Church was designed by Jesus Christ to be a hospital for the ill and dying. Some people come and need … Continue reading

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Miles to Go by Richard Paul Evans

The second installment of Richard Paul Evans’ Walk Series Journal does not disappoint. I have just finished Miles to Go (ISBN#1-4391-9137-8) and I am continuing to mull the wisdom that I have gleaned. And with what would we compare emotional … Continue reading

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Broken for a time, not forever

(I am submitting this to the one word at a time blog carnival, on the word Broken) In 2006, Broken Bridges, was released and received only negative acclaim by the critics. They hated the story. They hated Toby Keith’s acting. … Continue reading

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Rep. Giffords Shot in Arizona

Today’s shooting of Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, AZ is appalling and horrific. Yes, the act itself can be described with these words but it is the response to her shooting that I speak. The “fringe lefters” are calling for … Continue reading

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Healing: The Truth of It

I heard a loud voice out of heaven saying, “Behold, God’s dwelling is with people, and he will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God. He will wipe … Continue reading

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Just a Man…Who belongs to God

Six years ago today my son, James, died. Cancer was the foe. I have been blessed today to hear from many, many friends. His, mine, ours. This is an instance where I appreciate the social media. It has carried many … Continue reading

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And Life Does Go On

  I am here in this Monday with a very long list of prayer requests.  The situations all need God to directly intervene.  The pain and suffering in the hearts of the people involved is extraordinary.  In my heart, in … Continue reading

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Taking Chance

I watched the movie, Taking Chance, again recently. Starring Kevin Bacon in his best role, the true story come from Bacon’s character, Lt. Col. Michael Strobl (USMC Ret.) about his experience as an escort for Lance Cpl. Chance Phelps on … Continue reading

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