Monthly Archives: October 2014

Deleting Spiritual Spam

1 John 3:7, “Little children, make sure no one deceives you; the one who practices righteousness is righteous, just as He is righteous;” Deleting ‘spam’ is a daily chore even with the best of computer filters. It’s something we’ve come … Continue reading

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Are You Prepared for the Future?

On a recent drive to the ranch we encountered heavy stop-and-go traffic before we realized a multi-car accident blocked several north and south bound lanes.  We worked our way passed the pile-up and traffic returned to normal speed on our … Continue reading

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What’s My ‘Acceptable Service?’

As I reflected on Oswald Chambers’ devotional of October 8 in My Utmost for His Highest, it seems sometimes we Christians expect we should be doing ‘big’ things for God. We may even ‘hold out’ for what we perceive as … Continue reading

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The Strengthening Faith

Violent winds and rain stormed through our area recently creating havoc with downed trees and power outages. We lost a cedar tree that stood near the back of the ranch house and it fell on the barbed wire fence that … Continue reading

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