Monthly Archives: May 2013

KISS and Trinity

At some point along the line, I am sure that most all of us have heard about the kiss principle. But, in case you haven’t, KISS stands for “Keep It Simple, Stupid.” In some circumstances, the KISS principle is a … Continue reading

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In Thanksgiving for Service

Did you take the time to be thankful? I know that our attention naturally turns towards thankfulness during the fall Holidays of the year, especially during that time between Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Those days are a long way … Continue reading

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Who brought the fire extinguishers?

I have had those moments in my lifetime where I have felt fully alive. Fully filled with the power and the grace of God the Holy Spirit. Those moments are characterized with clear vision. They are characterized by having hope … Continue reading

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The Practice of the Peace which Passes Understanding

Like the horse that is incapable of realizing it is about to undertake a long, arduous journey through a hot, dry, dusty desert, so, too, a person may be led to the source of living water and not utilize the opportunity to drink deeply from the spring of salvation, and later find itself rather aridly dry in the moment of need. Continue reading

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The Sign of God’s Love in the World

A reflection on John  14:23-29 Have you ever noticed in life how difficult it is to say goodbye? Most of us do not do that well. It is an awkward and uncomfortable moment. Most of us find that words fail, … Continue reading

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