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Notes from my study of John Snyder’s Behold Your God…Rethinking God Biblically  How well do you know God? Do you want to know Him more? I do! I used to think an intense study of His Word the ultimate key to knowing Him. Or that I would finally get to know him by signing up for…

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It seems quiet here. The sun is not quite up yet. My husband and daughter have packed tools and briefcase and left me—alone—with the day. And I think to myself: Sometimes it’s easier to have your day ordered for you by the clatter of the obvious than to be faithful in shadow’s hush. Squinting my ears,…

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Did you know there’s a company called Pop in NYC that guarantees to deliver your food order in 15 minutes or less? Uber-Eats used to make an even bolder promise—no more than a 10 minute wait. Think about it; at a dine-in restaurant, it sometimes takes longer than that to get the waiter to come to your table to…

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I know this looks like a lengthy post, but if you are looking for life-changing truth, read on. I read somewhere this year that we can choose to toss a stone into a body of water, but once it’s thrown, we have no power over the ripple effect it will have. The author was comparing the stone…

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What if I stopped trying to make things happen according to my idea of what I thought my life should look like at any particular minute of any particular hour of any particular day. What if I stopped trying to conform to the standards others have set for me according to established tradition. What if…

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| custom sign by Sariko Designs | And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.  This is the great and first commandment.  And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. Matthew 22:37-39

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