Monthly Archives: August 2014

Summer’s Done

  I looked up today and realized that somehow this summer is gone!  These months have flown by in a fast-forward blur of activity.  This has been a season of enormous extremes.  A giant pendulum that rhythmically swings, on one … Continue reading

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Titanic

In the late 70’s the rock band AC/DC recorded a hit tune called Highway to Hell.  While I am not, and wasn’t then, a fan, that theme song for full-on Rebellion does corroborate scripture (Matt 7:13):      Living Easy- Living Free, … Continue reading

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Chipmunks in the Kitchen

Not long ago I inadvertantly left a door in my home ajar and a little chipmunk got into my house. Once I discovered him I freaked out, screamed, and scared him to death!  It took all afternoon, with a formation of … Continue reading

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Hard Knocks, Hard Tack

Annie, in the classic Broadway musical, sings with her friends from personal experience that it is a” Hard Knock Life“.  I have expended a lot of ink lately blaming the wiles of Satan and his evil minions(I just love saying … Continue reading

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Slam that door!

This has been a tough week with the shocking loss of America’s dear friend, Robin Williams. We feel that we lost a personal friend.  We grew up with him.  It is a real blow. There has been much discussion in … Continue reading

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Lions & Tigers & Bears!

Oh My!  As this title suggests, there are things that go bump in the night, the unforeseen accidents, disease, financial free fall, or suicide of someone we know…those things we fear.  There are  scary things out there which we can’t … Continue reading

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The Holiday is Over

From time to time, this blog has discussed God’s use of dreams, visions and other means of communicating with us. Here is a dream that I was given some time ago that I have, here-to-fore, only shared with a few … Continue reading

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Burn the Ships

Students of history may remember the story of Conquistador Hernando Cortez.  In 1519, having run into trouble with the Cuban Governor, Cortez and a small army sail off to Mexico. Facing arrest or death if he returned, Cortez devises a … Continue reading

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The Voice

It is intrinsic to our human experience to love a good story.  In my mind’s eye, I can visualize Adam and Eve sitting around the campfire with their children, telling them firsthand what it was like to have The Lord … Continue reading

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