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Some years ago I discovered a patch of wild strawberries at the far end of our field. Each year I look forward to picking and eating the tiny sweet treats on my birthday. When I checked the plants … more
Exodus chapters 13 and 14 tell the story of Israel’s deliverance from the slavery and bondage they knew in Egypt.  God had brought ten plagues upon the land of Egypt, and finally … more
If you are a craftsman of any sort, you have undoubtedly experienced a time when you made a slip and cried out, “Oh no! I’ve ruined it!” Whether you were working with pottery or … more
Every caterpillar spends his early life crawling on the ground, existing in low-life living, all the while knowing that hidden deep within is a beautiful creature that is meant to soar and fly and … more
When we first meet Peter, he is a hardened fisherman. Not the Sunday afternoon relaxing by the lake with a rod and reel fisherman, but a work all night letting down the nets into the sea and … more
A common complaint of school children who are reluctant to learn something is, “When will I ever use this in the future?”. It has been my experience that God prepares us for future plans … more
During these turbulent times in which we live, there is much uncertainty. We never know what the next day will bring. Many live in fear, worry and anxiety, without hope. Their constant companion is a … more
I love the beauty of God’s creation, and can’t get enough of it. We recently walked through a large flea market and I found my niche in a small corner of one of the shops. Someone had cut … more
So many today are short on hope. As we look around, many things do look hopeless. So you may be wondering where to find hope. How does one tap into hope? How can we have hope when there doesn’t … more
I was recently dealing with some back pain and a cough. One night while having trouble sleeping, I was praying for the Lord to heal both. At one point I noticed that I had no pain and wasn’t … more
Conflict and disagreement are a normal part of life. From the time a baby learns to say, “No!”, they will encounter countless times of conflict. When disagreements arise, we are quick to … more
I have learned some things during the month of December that I would like to take with me into this new year. These nuggets came in various ways, from blogs, books, articles and messages. But God has … more
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