Monthly Archives: September 2010

Junk

The biggest problem that I have found with storage space is that I tend to use it. Of course, there’s the usual of closets and attics with their inviting capacities. Then, there’s the room under the stairs and in the … Continue reading

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Sideways

The change in my prayer approach hasn’t resulted in me thinking I am now God’s gift to teachers. It hasn’t made me rich nor brought me a flood of accolades. What it has done is given me more peace before, during and after the trainings. Continue reading

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Not Any, Not All

None of it compares
to the glory

that shall be revealed
in us.

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Good Help

Yes, love takes a thousand forms. But it must take form of some kind. Love unshown is love unknown. Continue reading

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A Coming Change

Even though it was late August in an August that had felt like August all month long, there was something different about the day. The fact that it was about fifteen degrees cooler was one thing that keenly observant souls … Continue reading

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Apple Time

If you grew up in southern Kentucky during the 1950’s, there is an important distinction between “apples for the horse” and “horse apples.” Continue reading

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Ah, Troubles

But in the dark aloneness, when our deepest hurts are most our own, we bare ourselves before our Maker, wounded, weakened, ashamed and angry of our suffering. Continue reading

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