Monthly Archives: December 2012

Brief Reflections on a Year Ending…

As I gaze out my window and see snow just beginning to cover the ground, I ponder on the year ending along with another one about to begin. As new fallen snow, an approaching year brings thoughts of anticipation. This … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas All!

Wishing all blog readers a wonderful Holy season as we celebrate the birth of Christ.  Without His cradle, there would have never been a cross.  Without His cross, we could never have been forgiven for our sins and live with … Continue reading

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Pain Brings Godly Empathy

As my right ear pounded in the middle of the sleepless night, God vividly brought to mind the horrors of physical sufferings. Of course, thoughts of my sister’s pain burst into my mental forefront. Thankfully, physical suffering has been the … Continue reading

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A Student of Suffering

Today, this author began leading a class on Biblical suffering in my church. Sweet people gathered together to explore a topic much neglected in today’s modern congregations. As class teacher, I admitted my failures and strivings to become a true … Continue reading

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