Monthly Archives: July 2012

Pictures…

I can remember times of becoming rather annoyed by photo takers requesting picture poses. I endured multiple camera clicks. At the time, I could not see the real value of the photo shoot. Tonight as I viewed a picture of … Continue reading

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The Body of Christ

Today I confronted a local and national agency that deals with victims of drunk drivers.  I had contacted them over the past several months for information on support groups and possibly volunteering with them.  Except for mailing me some information … Continue reading

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Remembering to Forgive

In my rereading Chapter Eight of the book, it proved personally beneficial. ┬áSometimes when challenged with past relational struggles, it is important to be reminded of the power of forgiveness. ┬áThe Enemy of our souls likes to often replay in … Continue reading

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Praying Through Adversities

Today had not been a banner day for me personally. Multiple frustrations worked to rob me of my joy. At my wife’s timely suggestion, we prayed together this evening. The prayer began in my asking God for personal, specific answers … Continue reading

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Chronic Pain Fought in Prayer

Many people think that quadriplegics do not feel any bodily pain due to their paralysis. However with living raw nerve endings skewed, pain often plagues paralyzed people. A few nights ago I talked with my sister, who at the time, … Continue reading

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Independence is a Gift

As we approach Independence Day in this nation, I ponder the freedoms we all take for granted. We still have the freedom of speech and worship in America. We have the freedom to buy and sell in the marketplace. We … Continue reading

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