Monthly Archives: January 2017

Unfailing love…

“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways!” A devotional this morning quoted Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s poem. In the poem ‘unconditional’ never gets mentioned. Unconditional, unfailing love does not always look like ‘love’. Only the bloody battered Son … Continue reading

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CRACKERS IN MY SOUP…

I’m all about everyday analogies that bring my faith into focus. I’m making some chicken and yellow rice soup today, but not too long ago I had chili at Steak’n’Shake. They give you the little packets of oyster crackers for … Continue reading

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Therapy…

Finding myself in a fix between ‘seeing and observing’ and ‘hearing and listening’.  Mostly I think of therapy for my spiritual self in terms of ‘listening to worship music’ or reading devotional materials and of course scripture, to encourage my … Continue reading

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Fire and Ash…

Fire and ashes seems like an unlikely topic, but nothing is further from the truth for me this cold January morning. We’ve had a two-day cold snap here in Florida, not quite freezing, but wind chills below freezing. The wind … Continue reading

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