Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Forgotten Group

I believe the most difficult thing in the beginning stages of “senior citizenship” is facing so much death: death of loved ones, death of friends, death of classmates, death of pets—the list could go on and on. We watch as … Continue reading

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Close To the Razor’s Edge

We tend to make everything about us (“I am and there is no one besides me.” Isaiah 47:8 & 10 ESV), and that is why this world is so messed-up and sinful. That is why there is so much negativity … Continue reading

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Your Sword

I love the book of Nehemiah, and this verse I place before all you Christian soldiers: “Those who built on the wall, and those who carried burdens, loaded themselves so that with one hand they worked at construction, and with … Continue reading

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No Fake

I have a ring that’s cheap costume jewelry. I only paid around ten dollars for it. The ring itself is made of some kind of metal and the “jewel” is plain glass. The thing is, that tiny piece of glass … Continue reading

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Unknowns

At different times in our lives we find ourselves facing “unknowns,” situations that hover before us as they attempt to cause us anxiety. We don’t know what the outcome of these situations will be, and that causes us to fret. … Continue reading

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Lifter of My Head

“Lifter of My Head” (Psalm 3:3) He lifts my head, sweet valiant One, He who conquered life for me; Never will I be alone, My Savior is my only need. He lifts my head from waters deep, From that which … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Race

“But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” (Phil.3:13b-14 ESV)  This is such a … Continue reading

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