Sunday Selections – Oct. 18, 2020

Usually when I post memes about God I like to share examples of what they mean to me, and their messages in my relationship with Him. Today, though, I have a collection of memes that spoke to me enough to want to share them with you, but that I don’t necessarily have anything else to …
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October 16 – A Very Different Day

October 16 is an eventful day. It is the anniversary of the day my parents got married (1954), and the day my nephew became the father of twins. And, in 2008, the day I had my stroke. I always mark that particular anniversary with grief for what I lost that day. Without going into a …
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Sunday Visitors; Amazing Maisie

It was a chillier day today but the sun was bright so we decided to make a fire in the firepit and enjoy God’s creation anyway! I don’t recall if I’ve shared Maisie’s story, or how God made her perfect for me and got us together, what she was like, etc. but she was a …
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Who Reads Nehemiah, Anyway?

Well, not too long ago, I did. Just out of curiosity, since I’ve never – at least in my memory – heard any preacher preach on it, nor people talk or post about it…so what did that book have for me that might be relevant? Today I read one of my favorite Biblical themes as …
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Father Knows Best

Memes and other things I see online really resonate with me when they apply to my life. Here are a few I’ve saved recently. I’m starting out with a tough one. It’s not too hard to “do all things” that He asks of me…but without murmurings and disputings? THAT’s the hard part! Yet, He wants …
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What’s On My Heart Tonight

As you’ve probably noticed by now, I love cartoons, jokes, memes – any kind of (clean) humor. Even political cartoons, which have been around as long as we’ve had politics. Back in the day they were a way to exchange light-hearted banter about candidates and the political process, and keep things from getting so serious …
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