Monthly Archives: April 2016

Property Of:

When I was a kid, my mom taught at the same grade school I attended.  Every day, while I waited for her to finish her work, I “helped” our school janitor with his daily chores.  Mr. Lemkuehl let me empty … Continue reading

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Standing Between

It’s an obscure Old Testament scene that is rarely (if ever) preached, yet I found it fascinating.  In it, some of the Israelites had grumbled to Moses about what they perceived as unfair treatment.  They believed God had intended for … Continue reading

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With What You Have

While it was a directive given to a specific man for a specific mission, it has general application for us today as well. In the book of Judges, the nation of Israel continuously repeated a cycle of rebellion against God, … Continue reading

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He Lifts Me Up

“He Lifts Me Up” by Danny Hohlbohm; http://www.inspired-art.com (used with permission) I saw it again the other night.  This time it was a dear woman from church who toppled over backwards during a dinner party.  A few days before it … Continue reading

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A Long Chorus

One of my favorite authors is AW Tozer.  I don’t like him because he leaves me with a lot of “warm fuzzies” – not at all.  Tozer has a way of getting me to consider old truths in new ways; … Continue reading

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PLUCKY!

He was the greatest man I ever knew, and I didn’t realized how much I missed him until I heard his voice again this week.  It has been 16 years since Grandpa passed away, but as my mom and her … Continue reading

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Life-Filled Living

She amazed me as she valiantly battled cancer for years.  Yet, every time I saw her, she shared a genuine smile.  Generally, she sat near the back of our sanctuary to make getting in and out a bit easier.  But … Continue reading

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