Tag Archives: Wisdom

“No More of This!”

As Christians, we recognize the authority and power in Jesus’ words… “By the word of the Lord the heavens were made, and by the breath of His mouth all their host.  He gathers the waters of the sea as a … Continue reading

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A Cold Heart

I think most people are familiar with the story of Solomon and the moment of intense foreboding when he called for his sword, declaring that he would divide an infant in half to settle an argument between two women: “Then … Continue reading

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A Bullying Spirit

When I drop my granddaughter off at school in the mornings, I stand outside the fence and pray.  I pray over the students and the teachers, for safety and protection from invasive evil, physically, and from the philosophies of this … Continue reading

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Wisdom Prayers – Proverbs 20

I ate too much one night last week—WAY TOO MUCH!  And it came back to bite me, to burn, and act like a volcano within me.  Well, it was Taco Tuesday, and I love tacos, and hot sauce (though the … Continue reading

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Like Jesus

I thought, mistakenly so, that when the presidential campaign in the U.S. was in our rear-view mirror, the vitriol, the accusations, the fear and fearful predictions would rapidly abate.  Didn’t happen.  In fact, if anything, the anger, hatred, and fear … 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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“Just Because…”

  I think most people, whether they are Christians or not, recognize that there are natural consequences for many of the things we say or do—some of those consequences are good, some, not so much.  As I hear news reports … Continue reading

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