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He's In Our Boat

I woke up this morning in need of a word. Just being honest. Perhaps you know the need as well. Before going to bed, I said to my husband, “Well, the hardest part is here. 535 more words


Learning to Let the Wind Blow through You

Walking the country roads of Ellis, KS, has taught me to appreciate the power of antiquated windmills. Perhaps I am fascinated by windmills because I, like Don Quixote, the eccentric “mad knight” in the musical… 328 more words


Praising in Prison

But at midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were listening to them. Suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken; and immediately all the doors were opened and everyone’s chains were loosed.

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Weathering the Storm

It’s winter in the Northeast, and a storm’s coming. That’s hardly news around here, right? Why then did I spend so much time yesterday afternoon waiting in line—for groceries, for gas, for coffee. 609 more words

Trivial Musing

God's Voice

We must always be alert for God’s voice and wary of anyone else’s. We must be aware of cult leaders never putting our faith in the messenger instead of the message. 87 more words

Remembering God's Power

“They did not remember His power
– the day He redeemed them from the oppressor.”

Psalm 78:42

The Israelites didn’t remember God’s power. The miraculous signs in Egypt, the wonders of the Red Sea and the Jordan River opening up for them, and so many other marvelous deliverances He got them through. 

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