Monthly Archives: July 2015

When Past Experiences of Darkness Reenter

Job 26:10, “He has inscribed a circle on the surface of the waters at the boundary of light and darkness.” Periodically past trauma rears its ugly head and one must deal with destructive memories once again.  But God stands strong and He shows the … Continue reading

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Will Today be about God’s Power or Yours?

In the hush of the early hours I settled into the wrought iron glider on the back porch and gazed across the western pastures where bur oaks bordered the field. To my right Angus mamas and their wee charges lounged … Continue reading

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Are you Living Victoriously?

July 11, 2015 Serena Williams won the Wimbledon Women’s Tennis Championship, her latest of 21 Grand Slam victories which places her second overall in the open era of tennis. Her longevity, continued dominance, and record accomplishments are astonishing considering she … Continue reading

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Hotdogs, Heaven and Hope, Huh?

What do hotdogs, Heaven and Hope have in common? Mystery, for one thing! Hotdogs are the summer holiday mystery meat. We’re not quite sure what goes into making one, even the ‘all meat’ kind. But on lazy June, July, and … Continue reading

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