Month: October 2019

At the End of the Day

What do I own at the end of the day, When the sun goes down on my old, pale frame? What do I own in this world so vast? My house? My car? The wealth I amassed? What do I own when I sit… Continue Reading “At the End of the Day”

Friday Freedom-Find

One of my sons came home for a long weekend from college. We headed into the woods for a walk with the dog. When we came around a corner we saw this tree which I had never seen before. It made us stop and marvel.… Continue Reading “Friday Freedom-Find”

Friday Freedom-Find

A Friday Freedom-Find is a post about something I found in nature during the week which showed me God’s goodness. I want to encourage anyone who reads to keep eyes and ears open to God’s hidden (and not so hidden) messages all around us… Continue Reading “Friday Freedom-Find”

The Nearness of God (Sunday Quote)

Some time ago, early in the morning, I read in my devotional “A Diary of Private Prayer” by John Baillie. As the sun slowly rose the beams of light shone through my kitchen window. The rays broke through some stained glass and hit the… Continue Reading “The Nearness of God (Sunday Quote)”

Sunday Quote

“In prayer, focusing on the conversation is like trying to drive while looking at the windshield instead of through it.” Paul E. Miller (A Praying Life, p.9)  

An Instrument of God

Last night the kids and I stopped by the lake to see an amazing sunset. In all my years of taking pictures of sunrises and sunsets I have never seen anything like it. It didn’t take long and people pulled up to take shots… Continue Reading “An Instrument of God”

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