Tag Archives: God’s comfort

Do You Believe God?

From the lavender, orange, and gold smudged long and low across the western horizon to the red and pink dappled skies of an early Ohio morning, I reveled in the breath-stealing artistry that marks our days. From the gentle lapping … Continue reading

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Who Knows Your Future?

I’m enjoying views from the eighth floor of a high-rise in downtown Chicago. Below me lies a series of paths that dissect geometric shapes of elaborately landscaped urban green space with floral pops of yellow, lavender, and fuchsia. Hotel guests stroll … Continue reading

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Do You Matter to God?

It happened again. Yep, we got another flat tire, except this was caused by an embedded nail and not a utility knife blade. Whatever the  source, the result was the same. The damaged tire was exchanged for its mini-me, and … Continue reading

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Christmas and the Chee Dog

Chee dog disappeared! They searched the truck bed and back seat, but the Australian Shepherd was nowhere to be found. Chee isn’t just any dog, but a beloved and long-time family member, and working asset on the farm. They phoned … Continue reading

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Car Tires and Comfort

My car tire gave out when it picked up a nail not long ago. Of course, the leak was slow and I remained blissfully unaware until the next morning. As I prepared to leave the house and enter the garage, … Continue reading

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Weddings and Worries

“. . . casting all your anxiety on Him, because He cares for you.” 1 Peter 5:7 I’m a wedding watcher. Later today I’ll happily take my seat among fellow watchers and witness the sacred covenant union between Christian believers. … Continue reading

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Storm Lessons of Life

Violent storm clouds, bruised and swollen, crowded over the ranch. Brutal winds screamed through flailing branches, and torrential rains began their angry descent. Lightning slashed the sky and thunder crashed overhead. I stood helpless, yet fascinated and transfixed at the … Continue reading

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