Monthly Archives: July 2007

Resting Redux

In my last post I brought up the subject of resting in God and what that term might mean and how it aplies to our daily walk as Christians. What I left out of the equation is that this term … Continue reading

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Resting 1-2-3

After doing almost nothing that could by any stretch of the imagination be called constructive this past week on vacation, Sandi and I went to a friends house where some men from the middle east were visiting. It was a … Continue reading

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Another Daytrip Into The Novel Of Life

How many times have you wondered whether or not other people see the same things in life as you wind your way through your day. It could be a normal day or one that is out of the ordinary—you may … Continue reading

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A Strange Place

During all the years I have been employed in the Boone, North Carolina area I have never taken a vacation at home. A few days off here and there but an entended period of time called vacation time—never. Until this … Continue reading

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We Made It Through

If you consider June, July and August to be the months of summer, we are now almost 2/3’s of the way through the year 2007 version of this annual event. And it certainly has been a most interesting one from … Continue reading

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Of Marriage and Maturity

You know that you have lived a good life when you are around long enough to see people—who were once awkward youngsters uncomfortable in their very own bodies—grow into the men and women those bodies were created to be. Not … Continue reading

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The Passage Of Time

Thoughts come and thoughts go—an almost continuous stream of consciousness and semi-lucidity. I think of what I would tell someone who wanted to plant a vegetable garden—prepare to weed and then weed some more because there will be weeds. One … Continue reading

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