Monthly Archives: December 2011

Blessed beyond measure

Grateful.  Amazed.  Blessed.  Overwhelmed.  Loved.  And a whole bunch of other words like these.  This Christmas was incredible–not because my family received the best and the brightest but because God showed up and showed off-again! Over the years God has … Continue reading

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More

In this season of “gotta-get” I find myself reminded that instead of “gotta-get” I need to look around a bit more and see that I “got-enough.”  Even if I don’t get another present, that’s okay.  Sure, it would seem weird … Continue reading

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Hope

I love the word Hope.  It encourages, it makes me want to take another breath, wake up in the morning, and try, try, again. My Bible’s dictionary/concordance says that Hope is “the anticipation of something good.”  Isn’t that just what … Continue reading

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Silence

In the early morning, after the boys have left for school, the house is still and quiet.  The dogs settle down, lying on the floor near me as I do my quiet time.  The bubbler for our fish tank and … Continue reading

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Fear

Fear is one of those emotions that can cause a variety of reactions in a person.  The word fear or any variation of it appears 329 times in the Bible.  Many of those times the fear is to be of … Continue reading

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