Monthly Archives: August 2019

I don’t think that word means what you think it means…

Like that one voice in a choir that is just off the note, slightly out of tune, that it makes the spine tingle. Continue reading

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A Prayer for the new School Year

In all things, we pray, O God, that you would be glorified. Continue reading

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Blessed are they that mourn…

As I prepare for the funeral service for a dear sister in Christ, I thought I’d share from my reading from A.W. Pink’s “Comfort for Christians.” Mourning is hateful and irksome to poor human nature. From suffering and sadness our … Continue reading

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