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Bearing More Fruit

Jesus used the examples of vines, branches, and fruit to help us see ─ our lives are a lot like a grapevine. Continue reading

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Aroma of Christ

Originally posted on Tablet of your Heart:
On walks or bike rides, I take many pictures of trees, bushes and flowers. It never ceases to amaze me how a grand transition takes place every spring from the gray and brown,…

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Putting the Basket in the Water: Trusting God in the Next Phase of Your Child’s Life

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Passion is a driving force

I’m grateful that we have a God who is more passionate than a defending parent, more passionate than a shepherd looking for a sheep, more passionate than those who spend hours hunting for that last coin. Continue reading

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Hidden by the light

What kind of clutter obscures our vision of God? Continue reading

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Life is Like a Rollercoaster

Life is Like a Rollercoaster Or is it? Last year I posted “Resistant to Change”. I’m repeating it here to help illustrate how Life is NOT Like a Rollercoaster. I’ll explain after I set this scene: When my routine is upset, … Continue reading

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Jesus Saved Me, 3 of 3

Originally posted on Julie Dibble:
The Word gave life to everything that was created, and his life brought light to everyone. John 1:4, NLT Study Bible 2008   As you know, I just had a birthday. A short seven years…

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In Season and Out of Season

Is winter in season or out of season? It’s February. I go outside and don’t need a coat, or hat, or mittens. Where is the cold weather that I associate with February? Now, I’m not complaining. No, not one bit. … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name

   My eyes looked at the brilliant stars in the January night sky. Two stars, or planets, maybe, drew my attention. I asked myself, “I wonder which those two are?” I turned to view more of the heavens. Stars shone … Continue reading

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Ten Tips for a Fresh Writing Start the New Year

Originally posted on JUBILEE WRITER:
I’m posting a checklist for the new year. We all know we never get right back on the writing horse on January 2nd. It takes a bit of recovery time before we are ready to…

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