Broken or Restored

One morning, I was cleaning kitchen counters and loading dishes in the dishwasher. I remembered the butter dish was empty. I began to wash the decorative dish with soapy water and then, I felt it again. The smooth ceramic finish had a rough corner—it was broken. After I dried my hands and found my magnifying glass. Like a “want to

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His Silence Is Not His Abandon

I have no sense of direction. When I drive beyond familiar roads, my husband prints directions with arrows and highlighted instructions. Naturally, I sang the Hallelujah Chorus when I owned a car with a Global Positioning System (GPS), but trusting my GPS was another story. On one particular road trip, God reveal that my trust issues went beyond my GPS.

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God Shares His Hallmark Moments

As a new grandmother, I want to share Hallmark moments with friends and family. I have pictures on my iphone, Facebook, and of course, old-school print. Can you blame me? Beautiful moments should be shared, and God shares His Hallmark moments, too. I think God enjoys painting the sky every morning. If God numbered the stars and called each one

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Intentional Love

I love the Bible parable, The Prodigal Son. Nothing touches my heart more than to know our Heavenly Father eagerly waits to receive and forgive those who have drifted away. God’s intentional love breaks all reason. If you read the story, you’ll notice that no one convinced the son to return home. He suddenly “came to his senses” and everything became

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Spiritual Break

Reading this on the fly? Hit the pause button for a second. Take a deep breath from the diaphragm, and exhale as you drop and relax your shoulders. So, how are you? Are you stressed, overwhelmed, heartsick, or depressed? If I had a spiritual thermometer, would your temperature read hot, cold, or just right? The thermometer in your medicine cabinet

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God is Amazing

The Sermon on the Mount ends with a comment from the author. Matthew, the converted tax collector, concluded his chapter narration by saying: When Jesus had finished these words, the crowds were amazed at His teaching; for He was teaching them as one having authority, and not as their scribes, (Matthew 7:28-29 New American Standard Bible). First, the crowd listened,

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