Monthly Archives: April 2007

Time To Come Out Of The Tomb

Sandi and I and Laura did something different with our Easter Sunday this year—we went to a friends house and had breakfast with several other people. After breakfast, we sang some songs together and then took communion. After that several … Continue reading

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Home and My Daughter’s Wedding

Scripture tells me that of the writing of books there is no end. The implication is that there is only so much we can ever know about our journey here on earth or our final destination. There is also an … Continue reading

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Waking Up On The Way to The Airport

Listening to Don Potter sing on the way to the airport this morning was one of those times to reflect and let my mind flow. Only so much flow of course as I had to keep the car on the … Continue reading

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Can You Find The Itch?

Imagine for a moment feeling like you have an itch, but you don’t know where to scratch. It is like having a feeling that something is not quite right but you really can’t put your finger on what it could … Continue reading

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To Err Is Human?

To err is human, to forgive divine All people commit sins and make mistakes. God forgives them, and people are acting in a godlike (divine) way when they forgive. This saying is from “An Essay on Criticism,” by Alexander Pope. … Continue reading

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