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When they take classes, they're "excited" and "eager to learn". When I do it, I'm "a furball" and "need to get off the table".

Wow.  Just wow.  She comes back from Florida all tan and refreshed and just jumps RIGHT back to business.  Let me tell you about the vacation I HAD.   844 more words

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Eat the Dust... meditation

The steadfast love of the Lord remains.

What happens when it all falls apart around you, the structures and buildings, the foundations and the life you have built, when you lose what you wanted to be secure, what happens when it all falls apart around you? 1,025 more words

What type of people does God have time for

Bible Base : Lamentations 3:23-33, Mark 5: 21-43

Today we read of two incidents of healing, the first was Jairus daughter, and a second healing catapults like an unplanned interruption – almost getting in the way as Jairus the synagogue leaders child conditions escalates from being seriously ill to dying… 896 more words

Sunday Takeaways

The Crown Has Fallen (Lamentations 5:16)

The crown has fallen from our head;

Woe to us, for we have sinned!

Lamentations 5:16

America has been making a lot of decisions lately. Most recently, America’s highest court decided that all 50 of the United States must recognize “marriages” between persons of the same sex. 573 more words

Bible

Hope comes in the pit of despair. 

“For the Lord will not cast off forever, but, though he cause grief, he will have compassion according to the abundance of his steadfast love;” (Lamentations 3:31-32) 272 more words

Christianity

5th Sunday after Pentecost, 2015

5th Sunday after Pentecost, year B, 2015 (preached 6/28/15)

first reading:  Lamentations 3:22-33

Psalm 30

second reading:  2 Corinthians 8:7-15

gospel reading:  Mark 5:21-43

There are weeks I look at the readings for Sunday and say, “Thank you God, the readings are perfect!”  This is one of those Sundays.   1,054 more words

Sermons

5th Sunday after Pentecost

Prayer of the Day

Almighty and merciful God, we implore you to hear the prayers of your people. Be our strong defense against all harm and danger, that we may live and grow in faith and hope, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.  492 more words

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