Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Balancing Bethlehem

Christmas can be hard to deal with. It’s an emotional and psychological mixed bag, and that can get confusing. Familiar songs of joy and gladness and feelings of excited anticipation are the expected standard for most of us, but for … Continue reading

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For Mom – Reflecting Again on the Brightest Morning Ever

As some of you know, last year the Lord escorted my mother out of this world and introduced her to that place He had gone to prepare for her so long ago. Shortly after that, I shared some reflections surrounding … Continue reading

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Calvary’s Combatants and Easter’s Victory

First, a heartfelt disclaimer—I cannot reflect on the events we commemorate this week and find comments worthy of any of them. Human life’s core meaning, purpose, and value to God is encapsulated within these events. Together, they unveil the underlying … Continue reading

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But What About the Rules?

Did you hear about the decision made by the Republican Party leadership in Colorado not to allow their caucus attendees to cast a vote for their preferred presidential candidate? It’s getting a lot of press at the moment. They decided … Continue reading

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The Golgotha Equation – An Exchange of Nothing

Do you ever think about the idea of ‘nothing’? Men apparently struggled in the early days about how to deal with it, especially when it came to numbers. The philosophical reality of nothing had always existed, but people debated about … Continue reading

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No Opinion About Cats

It seems we’re all into signs these days. Everybody wants to kick-start others’ assessment of who we are, what we’re about, and what kinds of categories they can put us in. We’ve have signs on cars, trucks, buildings, flags, T-shirts, … Continue reading

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