Bigger Than Our Questions

As I write this praise report, I can say boldly that God is bigger than all our questions. There is always an end intended by God for every question we may have (James 5:11). I realize as a Christian I have had the tendency, as we all sometimes have to think we don’t...

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Standing in the Shadows of Giants

Alas, the forty years wandering in the desert was finally coming to an end and the sight of the Promised Land was close at hand!.Moses sent a group of able bodied men to travel into Canaan to check out the Israelites new home. When they returned, all they kept talking...

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Mom’s Soup

It was one of the hardest days of my young life. I was a 13 year old freshman trying out for the high school football team. It was the first day of full contact in helmets and pads and my 110 pound body had been knocked to the ground more times than I could count. It...

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Moments in the Valley

I remember it all too well, the moment I found out about my mental illness called Bi-Polar. It was a year and a half ago, and my life was out of control. I was aimless, depressed, suicidal, and trying anything I could get my hands on to make the pain stop. I was/am a...

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Pruned

It was beautiful. Vibrant leaves. Gorgeous blooms. But it wasn’t getting much taller.Crepe Myrtles are one of my favorite trees, so I planted one. The single trunk soon multiplied into many and suckers nipped at the base. It grew only a few inches by the second year....

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Sifted

I WATCHED HER turn the handle on the old sifter as I had many times before.My wife is a young woman who cooks the old way. And yes, she still sifts flour. "Cake won't turn out right if you don't," she says. Some cooks have given up sifting since lumpy flour and extra...

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