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Lost in the world?

Tossing and turning, turning and tossing, tossing and turning all night...Bobby Lewis couldn't sleep at all last night. How about you? Sometimes I close my eyes and scenes from the day replay, or worry about a problem keeps revolving in my head and my brain just won't turn off or slow down so sleep can take over. It is a problem that millions all over the world have... Usually, it is worry or…

Love God like a Dog

Some people were made to own a dog. Or should I say have a dog. The concept of ownership never really enters the true dog lover's mind. My brother-in-law, Terry Simpson, is the classic example of a person who is supposed to have a dog. Terry treats a dog with love and respect and, quite truthfully, spoils the living daylights out of them.

The first one I remember is Tootsie. Tootsie was…

Love in a Shoebox

Many of us have saved mementos in a shoebox, tucked into the back of a closet. They might be souvenirs of a childhood vacation, love letters, or pictures, but they represent something we love.

Based on this idea, Hallmark even came out with a line of greeting cards called "Shoebox Greetings". Something they apparently thought everyone could relate to.

Whether love letters saved or greeting…

Love Is a Frillly, Red Card?

Dear Faithful Readers: I know you've had a couple of weeks of 'old favorites', but please enjoy just one more. As I thought about love and Valentine's Day, I knew I could not express it any better than Paul had in . But love is mentioned a few times.

We are told that God shows his love for us in this: while we were yet sinners, he sent his son to die for us. This is the love that is most…

Love knows no bounds

Rain plinked on the roof, or it might have been frozen rain, I was too tired to take enough interest to look. It was a soothing sound far outweighed by the splattering of rain in the puddles. The dampness soaked into my clothes and settled into my bones. The small blaze in the brazier finally gave up the fight against the cold and went out. I shivered.

Slipping the roped leather sandals from…

Love...No stones

Love…. no stones

It was hot that day. Sweat dripped from my forehead into my eyes and stung. It slid down my back making my robe stick to it, but that didn't help me keep the front closed. My feet were bare because the men who dragged me from my bed never gave me time to put on my shoes. One of those high and mighty Sanhedrin guards dragged me into the hot street. He didn't…

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Tuesday, November 12th, 2019
the Week of Proper 27 / Ordinary 32
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