Monthly Archives: May 2016

Love, So…

It’s such a familiar story that it’s easy for us to yawn through it.  Yet, recently when I read it again, I was stunned by what I saw.  The language is so clear, and yet so contrary to our way … Continue reading

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I’ll Go

They were just four little words; but they must have been music to David’s ears.  At one point during the ongoing saga of running for his life, David decided to enter Saul’s camp.  Unfortunately, Saul was positioned smack dab in … Continue reading

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Real Beauty

She’s a little-known character from the Old Testament, yet, she made a big impression on me – and upon David. Buried deep within the pages of 1 Samuel, we encounter an unsung hero named, Abigail.  She is described as both … Continue reading

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The Desert Test

I sometimes wonder if I had been one of the Israelites, would I have been among the majority that grumbled against Moses when the Egyptians had the nation pinned against the Red Sea?  Or when manna was all there was … Continue reading

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Never Left Alone

He was a successful cardiologist and an avid fisherman.  In August of 1985, Dr. John Littleford took his 12 year-old son, Mark, on an Alaskan fishing trip with two other men.  In a quest to find some migrating salmon, they flew … Continue reading

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My Food

Jesus’ time at the well in Samaria resulted in a very familiar lesson about the woman He spoke with there.  However, there is a second lesson that we can apply to our lives today as well. If you recall, Jesus … Continue reading

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Tree of Life

Scripture devotes a great deal of time to our words.  Overall, the take home message is that our words have the ability to bring life to others or to destroy them (Pro 18:21). Recently, I read Proverbs 15 during my … Continue reading

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