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35 Weeks, House Keeping and Chores Galore!

35 Weeks, House Keeping and Chores Galore!

      35 weeks today! Isaac has now grown to an uncomfortable size and my belly is now officially in the way of everything I try to do. >not that I am complaining, I am loving it! Tried just leaning over the sink to wash dishes at Mom’s yesterday and that was hilarious! Anywho, he continues to make himself known to his Momma with all of the moving about. Even just sitting I feel like my … Read entire article »

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The Left Lane

          I’ve been thinking about guilt this week. What do you think causes us to feel guilty about something. A man I once went to church with brought up the subject and asked me about our conscience. He wanted to know if our conscience was really molded by the Holy Spirit or by outside influences that we respected. It is an interesting question. To further clarify what I’m talking about, consider someone who is unsaved and belongs to a street gang. This man may not be a moral person (according to God’s Word) but he may actually have standards of right and wrong. His gang may believe that they should uphold every member and never do harm to one of them. He may believe that it is … Read entire article »

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The Main Thing

If you read last weeks message you know it was on wisdom. This week I’d like to go a little deeper with that topic. It often seems to be lacking in our lives and God has provided it to all those who will seek it. Let’s begin by looking at the Book of Proverbs. To begin with we need to know how important wisdom is. This book is full of wisdom but in chapter four Solomon wrote about it specifically. In this he refers to wisdom as “she”. You may remember that Solomon was called (by God) the wisest man who ever lived. When he became King God came to him and told him He would give him anything he asked for. Solomon asked for wisdom to rule and God blessed … Read entire article »

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Crash Test Dummies

              This week I was pondering the fact that some people never seem to be able to connect the dots in life. It’s as if they go through life in a fog and live according to what they’ve learned instead of what they should have figured out. They react instead of being proactive. I believe that is why children who were abused grow up to be abusive parents. There is a part of life that we do learn from but sometimes it seems that we just are missing some logic.           Take the news story I heard this week for example. It was on the radio and was about the crash test dummy program. The reporter told about the advancements in automobile safety over the past ten … Read entire article »

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Bigfoot, Crop Circles and an Empty Cave

  We have just celebrated Passover here at our home. We began doing this a few years ago after studying the Jewish Holy Days. A friend of ours who is a Jew invited us over to his home and went through the ceremony. He reminded us that Passover was the longest continuously celebrated event in the history of man. For over four thousand years people of God have gone through this ceremony. This time when we celebrated it we had small children with us. It was not the quiet serene event that it had been in past years with these children present. However, I realized that many of the things done in the ceremony are there to teach children about God’s deliverance, so I didn’t mind. We have all pondered on Holy … Read entire article »

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