The Rest of the Story

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Oh the rest they must have got Since Jesus‘ body wouldn’t rot, Would never die, but only live This meant the Father does forgive! That all He taught and all He said Was proved when Christ rose from the dead … Continued

With His Pinions

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(Originally posted 2/6/2014) “1 He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.  2 I will say to the LORD, ‘My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’  … Continued


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(Originally posted 4/23/2009) Apparently, the decision has been made to allow 17 year-olds the ability to buy morning-after pills over the counter. By themselves. Alone. Say what?! According to some, this represents good science. “Good science,” I wonder; what does … Continued

Just Another Day

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(Originally posted 1/21/2014)   Martin Luther King Jr. Day was yesterday.  I spent my day with my family.  We had conflict about my sons and their gadgets, planned ministry events and stressed out over time and money and resources.  My … Continued

Fully His Man

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(Originally posted 1/4/2013) I wrote this after reading about some horrific events that have taken place in our country and around the world.  It’s for my sons and yours…     Fully His Man   When you claim that substances, … Continued

48 Hrs. In

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(Originally posted 7/8/2014) 48 Hours In (Part II of my musings) I do not think that I have the corner market on injury or disability.  Nor am I presuming to speak for everyone who is injured or ill or disabled.  … Continued

Musings on Life and Medicine

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(Originally posted 7/10/2014) Last Saturday, I injured myself.  This is the 3rd installment of my thoughts as I ponder this unique season and all it involves for my body, my heart, my mind, my family and friends and my God.  … Continued

The God Who Provides

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(Originally posted 2/6/2014) We had some friends (old and new) over for the Super Bowl the other day, and it pushed me over the edge.  This used to happen at our old home – whenever people would visit, I felt … Continued