Tag Archives: God

Always Sunny

When we’re all un-addicted What a day of rejoicing that will be! When we all see Jesus We’ll sing and shout the victory! (Apologies to Eliza E. Hewitt. Maybe she’d understand.) I was wondering the other day what the world … Continue reading

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One more time, with feeling.

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will … Continue reading

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A river in Egypt

I broke my finger a few months ago while moving some stepping stones. I set one on top of another while deciding where to move them. Unfortunately the top rock dropped down on the bottom rock while my finger was … Continue reading

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Two things I’ve noticed

First thing. Tickticktickticktick. That’s the speed my body moves – my thoughts, my hands (often trembling to keep up), my heart, my digestion. Tick…tick…tick…tick…. That’s the speed some other people’s bodies move. They… move… from… one… thing… to… the… next. … Continue reading

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One, two, three, one, two, three…

My dad went through a brief positive thinking kick in the 70’s. I blame that Robert What’s His Name – Mr. Crystal Cathedral. Anyway, it wasn’t a horrible phase, and I think it gave my dad some good thoughts and … Continue reading

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An Analogy

“Write me a blank check,” she says to him. He thinks she is joking. “I’m serious. I promise I won’t ruin you. Will you write me a blank check?” she asks again. He looks down. He feels his chest tighten. … Continue reading

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The flip side.

In the book, Anxiety – Anatomy and Cure, the author Robert Kellemen makes the observation: “…every dysfunctional, fallen emotion is a distortion of God’s original, pre-fall design. God intended for us to experience a mood that is the flip side … Continue reading

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