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Lazarus–A Rehearsal for the Main Event?

I love the story of Lazarus for multiple reasons. For instance, it demonstrates that God’s timing isn’t always ours. He waited and waited and waited. He put off going until he received a “go-ahead” from the Father. (I only do … Continue reading

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Life with a Limp

Sunday while visiting my mom in the hospital, I turned on the television to see if I could find something she would enjoy—a Sunday message that might encourage us both. I found a Gaither Homecoming celebration. Mom always enjoys watching … Continue reading

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Sheltered

My grandmother lived in an old, plantation-type home with large rooms, tall ceilings, and a ten-foot wide, covered, front porch. The porch had white metal furniture and a bench swing that was attached to the high ceiling by chains.  For … Continue reading

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The Otter Factor

I am a serious person—at least when I’m not being the Mad Hatter. I have a melancholy temperament, love solitude, and am usually the one saying the most serious thing in a discussion. I’ve learned to laugh, but it hasn’t … Continue reading

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