Tag Archives: Sin

I’m Not Like That!

Sometimes, it takes a couple of things coinciding to get my attention, to wake me up to sin in my thoughts or attitudes.  Some of the things I seem to write about a lot, like judging others, are so deeply … Continue reading

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Fractured Relationships

No doubt about it, I love the holidays! …the music, the movies, the food, the festive atmosphere—all of it!  But mostly I love being with family and friends.  Of course, some of the demands and schedules get a little harrowing, … Continue reading

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Just Regular Folk

One thing I enjoy about Bible narratives, other than just loving to read stories, is recognizing the humanity that characterized ancient civilizations and individuals continue to exemplify who we are/I am many, many centuries later.  We can see (if we … Continue reading

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Torn

I posted a picture of my birth mother on a social media site for Mother’s Day—I was four years old when she died, a loss which had a well so deep that it was impossible to hear a pebble drop … Continue reading

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A Seamless Canopy

I heard this phrase, “a seamless canopy” used in an online prayer recently, and I cannot begin to tell you how much it resonated with my heart, particularly after a rather unpleasant encounter with an online shyster (though he definitely … Continue reading

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A Repentant Heart

            Recently, an acquaintance expressed some rather disparaging opinions about relationships on a social media site and it drew my thoughts back to the Garden of Eden.  I admit that I am divorced and have … Continue reading

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THAT Woman!

Life has taught me that there is no “one size fits all” journey towards healing and restoration.  In fact, well within our human nature—and man-made religion—is the proclivity towards developing formulas for fixing all of those things that ail us, … Continue reading

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