Tag Archives: love

Ripping Through the Roof

Ripping Through the Roof Last Sunday, my pastor was able to solidify something that had been slowly bubbling up from the shallow sludge of my mind for the past couple of weeks. He taught on Luke 5:17-26 – Jesus Heals … Continue reading

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Waking up love

 According to Websters Dictionary: To be in love: A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness. I had a strange experience … Continue reading

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Back to Basics: The Good News 101

I don’t know how it happened, but somewhere along the way, I lost my first love. In my mind, there was God on his throne who could barely stand to look at me and the only reason he tolerated my existence … Continue reading

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A prayer for 2014

  A prayer for 2014 Father in Heaven, we know that you are a God of Mercy and Grace, that you are Compassionate and Good.  You forgive us of our sins, cleansing us from them and holding thousands of generations … Continue reading

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Magnificently Mundane

So, I got a new job two months ago.  I’m a caretaker for a feisty 80-year-old with Anomic aphasia which impairs her short-term memory caused by a stroke.    For a care-taking job, it’s a piece of cake.  I’m basically … Continue reading

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Jesus really, really loves kids.

Jesus loves the little children All the children of the world Black and yellow, red and white They’re all precious in His sight Jesus loves the little children of the world     It’s nice isn’t it?  Jesus loves the … Continue reading

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Treasures old and new

Jesus loves me. I’m sure you’re very familiar with these words.  The simple, sing-song-y tune has been sung by children in multiple church Sunday school basements and popular films and books for years. For me, it had become almost too … Continue reading

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