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The stability of our times

The stability of our times

’ve been working on a big project this summer and, in the process of writing, I ran across a passage that was new to me. It amazes me how the word of God can be “new every morning.” The passage is from the book of Isaiah, chapter 33. Isaiah’s words...

You have been identified

You have been identified

ave you ever had a conversation you wish you could do over? This weekend we were out walking when I heard a phrase I was unprepared to respond to. I needed some time to think it through. Her words felt wrong, but technically, they weren’t.  A woman...

God goes ahead and asks us to follow

God goes ahead and asks us to follow

t was the summer of 1984 and I had just finished my first year of teaching second grade. My husband was a student at the seminary and worked part-time as a typesetter. We lived carefully each month in order to pay bills and make ends meet. I...

The mystery of Christ’s return and marriage

The mystery of Christ’s return and marriage

was reading my youngest son, Craig's, First15 devotional (If you haven't tried it you should!). Craig was writing about the promise of Christ's return and said, "He's so overjoyed to walk in relationship with you right now, but like you, he longs...

When God whispers

When God whispers

y blog posts this month are about listening to God.  He speaks to servants who listen.  But sometimes God whispers.  Why is that? GOD’S WHISPER IS PERSONAL When did you last whisper to someone?  Chances are, it was someone you love. We don’t...

The Prodigal’s Mother

The Prodigal’s Mother

've taught the parable of the prodigal son from Luke, chapter 15, many times. It never occurred to me until today to ask, "Where was his mother?" I understand the parable should probably be titled the parable of the loving father. The story is much...

The stability of our times

The stability of our times

’ve been working on a big project this summer and, in the process of writing, I ran across a passage that was new to me. It amazes me how the word of God can be “new every morning.” The passage is from the book of Isaiah, chapter 33. Isaiah’s words...

You have been identified

You have been identified

ave you ever had a conversation you wish you could do over? This weekend we were out walking when I heard a phrase I was unprepared to respond to. I needed some time to think it through. Her words felt wrong, but technically, they weren’t.  A woman...

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