Monthly Archives: November 2013

Conversations

On this one Sunday morning, as usual we drive to church, and arrive early enough to get to our Sunday school class. As we walked into our class, the Holy Spirit spoke and said, ” Go up stairs and pray.” … Continue reading

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Thanks

I just want to thank all of you that have taken the time to read this little blog. I’m not the best writer, but I do have a wonderful wife that does most of the editing for me. I simply … Continue reading

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The Present Past

At this very second everywhere in the world a life is being born.   All parents and babies face the same sequence of events. We all went through the bottle feedings, dirty diapers, long nights, attending and being attended to. Our … Continue reading

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Sights and Sounds

Today I was sitting quietly, or so I thought, but the Holy Spirit helped me to get quieter still as I sat on the edge of the forest. As always I was carrying my camera with me, to try and … Continue reading

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Just ordinary people

My life took another God turn when an organization called me to work for them. They asked me if I would take prepared food to older folks that can’t get out of their homes. I said yes, and now have … Continue reading

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Preparing

All through life I have been preparing for one thing or another, from walking to running, sports, shooting, or tracking. I am married to my wonderful wife of forty-five years, and she prepares three meals a day knowing that she … Continue reading

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My Song, My Audition

Several years ago I attended a church that was growing rapidly, and was bursting at the seams. Lots of good people, and they had a pretty good size choir. On several occasions I had asked the choir leader if I … Continue reading

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