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The Beauty of the Soul

"Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I have become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal." (1 Cor. 13:1) I was walking into the store today to buy a bar of soap. I had no idea why I had forgotten it on my regular shopping trip but my...

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At Any Cost, By Any Road

She watched him leave, something impressing her she would not see him again He had vowed to fight her poverty, brought about by the greed of bureaucracy, and he was so sure he would succeed, there was a swagger in his step. Surely they would listen when they...

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A Loving Hand

In the middle of Winter when a thick layer of snow covers the ground and the bitter, North wind is banging against my frosted windows I sometimes close my eyes and daydream of Spring. I imagine that snow melting into the ground and nourishing the tiny seeds beneath...

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"Clearly, you are a letter...This 'letter' is written not with pen and ink, but with the Spirit of the living God. It is carved not on tablets of stone, but on human hearts." (2 Corinthians 3:3) Writing letters has been becoming a thing of the past. Email, texts, and...

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When We See God Smile

I'm dancing in my blindness and rejoicing in my disability. Crazy statement, isn't it? But I think you'll agree with the reason I have joy dancing in my soul. First, my friend, who has been there for me for years, always answers, "No problem...that was easy," each of...

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Warm on the Inside

It was the latest of a series of arctic blasts that had made for a brutal Winter here in the mountains of my home. I woke up shivering and shook my head as I saw the frozen ice patterns on the inside of my windows. After a hot breakfast I bundled up to go down and...

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True Colors

“You are the light of the world." (Matt 5:14) To me Fall will always be the most spectacular of the seasons. By the end of Summer the bright, green buds that gave the promise of new life in the early Spring have turned into dark green leaves. Having grown all they can...

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