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Not On My Watch, Because I Love You

Last week I saw this image briefly displayed on my television in a commercial for our armed forces. It was so impressive I had to play it back.   It spoke volumes to me. So I went to my computer to … Continue reading

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A Journey of Prayer – Part 3, Shared Tears of an Unmet Friend

It’s 3:30 a.m. Having difficulty sleeping, I decided I needed to do something productive in hopes I could wind down and get some sleep. I decided to do some “house cleaning” of my hard-drive and get rid of some of useless … Continue reading

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A Journey of Prayer – Part 2, Calling On Him

Can you recall a time when you’ve had a great day and everything is going your way? You ate the best breakfast you’ve ever had then headed to work with no traffic jams making record time. You walk into your … Continue reading

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A Journey of Prayer, Part 1 – The Most Dangerous Prayer

LETTING THE VINEDRESSER HAVE HIS WAY I meet with some great guys for breakfast on many Friday mornings, and have for over 12 years. We used to attend the same church. For several years running we had an annual weekend … Continue reading

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Holiday To-Do List

Thanksgiving Day starts the holiday season a couple short weeks from now. It is very easy to get caught up in what we think is expected of us instead of considering what the holidays should represent. I think it prudent … Continue reading

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Strange Woman Waited For Mom To Look Away, Slipped Boy Stunning Note

After dragging her son into the doctor’s office, the last thing this exhausted mother wanted was a nosy stranger inserting herself into her business. But that’s exactly what she got when the strange woman handed the mother’s son a note when she wasn’t looking, … Continue reading

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Don’t Wait, Tell Them

An extremely rash and foolish assumption people make is that tomorrow will arrive and they will be part it. This arrogant presumption can, with no warning, become a burden of regret. The consequences of making such an assumption may be … Continue reading

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