Monthly Archives: August 2016

My Current Reading List

I have the habit of reading several books at once. I don’t know if this is good for me or not. On the positive side, it keeps me thinking about a wide variety of topics all at the same time. … Continue reading

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A Definition of Worship

I will never get on my knees and say, “Holy, holy, holy” to that which I can figure out. That which I can explain will never overawe me, never fill me with astonishment, wonder or admiration. Continue reading

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More Thoughts From the Hospital Bed

I cannot begin to express what it meant to have friends come by to visit and to pray with and for me while I was in the hospital, and I cannot thank you enough. Let us endeavor to show one another our care and concern through these simple acts, that we might encourage one another in times of need. Continue reading

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First Thoughts from a Hospital Bed

It’s 2:45 in the a.m., and I cannot sleep. I’m lying here in a hospital bed, where I’ve been for the last 5 days. This is the firs time in over a week that I haven’t had “mush-mind”, a mind … Continue reading

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