Tag Archives: God’s will

Go with the train

You are visible evidence of an invisible God. This is nothing short of a miraculous daily occurrence. It is also God’s plan for reaching the world with the message of the gospel of welcome, Grace Turned Outward. Don’t sell yourself … Continue reading

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‘Welcome to my world’ — God.

The sun throws itself across the entrance to Angels Stadium and dances on our happy faces. A dear friend’s gracious generosity has gifted us with excellent seats for the ball game. We have our red on. We’re ready. The weight … Continue reading

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Holy punctuation!

Never place a period where God has placed a comma. – Gracie Allen comma n. a punctuation mark indicating a pause between parts of a sentence, or dividing items in a list. period n. used at the end of a … Continue reading

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When the wind was anything but low

Ever since I woke up this morning, I’ve been singing, “And the wind was low, and He brought me to the water…,” a Chuck Girard song I quoted last week when I was writing about the Spirit of God. I … Continue reading

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Faith Hall of Fame

Step 8: Are looking closely at the lives of famous men and women of the Bible who turned out to be ordinary sinners like us. If you made a truly honest movie of the Bible, most of the Old Testament … Continue reading

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So how’s that going with your story?

This last weekend, my wife, Marti, attended the baby shower for our daughter-in-law, Elizabeth; we are about to become grandparents for the first time. For one of her gifts, Marti wrote a fairy tale, The Pigeon with the Ruby Collar, … Continue reading

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The world in a plastic bag

I am a man of a few pleasures. I once wrote a song “Simple Pleasures” that outlined some of the simple things I enjoyed in life. One of them I hadn’t realized until lately when it occurred to me how … Continue reading

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Banging doors and barking dogs

I woke up to a storm raging against my windows and doors. First there was the wind; then there was the rain. The wind blew open one of our doors that doesn’t latch properly, and slammed it shut when it … Continue reading

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