Tag Archives: Works

Silence, Goals, and Grace

Returning to my blog tonight feels much like greeting an old friend after a long absence. When I first starting blogging I hoped to pen something twice a week. When daily demands on my time hijacked my goal I lowered my … Continue reading

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Distracted and Delayed or Gratefully Spent

First it was the holidays and company, followed by a week-long ski trip in January and in-between preparations for these major events there was always work and an endless ‘to-do’ list of everyday tasks that seems to have kept my … Continue reading

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A Grace Filled Year

Yesterday I put up a new calendar. I am always amazed at how quickly the year passes. It seems the older I get the faster the calendar pages turn. And like many others, a new year usually finds me making … Continue reading

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How Quickly We Forget

The rain falls softly and I drink in the sound as I stand still on the porch and look out into grey skies. We’ve had a few rainy days this summer – a few – but not enough and I … Continue reading

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Crumpled Faith

“Honey, you have every reason to cry. Crying don’t mean you’ve given up and it don’t mean God has left you or that little boy of yours neither.” These words, spoken to me by a kind, elderly, cleaning lady on … Continue reading

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Long Shadows

I look out on the long shadows of early evening and I am reminded that the longest days of summer are drawing to a close. It always occurs to me sometime around the first of August that the days are slowly getting shorter.  … Continue reading

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Broken Gates

Yesterday, I was listening to an audio book by Tim Keller titled, “The Reason for God”. Somewhere in the eleventh or twelfth chapter, Tim Keller begins to speak on forgiveness and how it relates to salvation and why Christ had … Continue reading

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