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He who dwells

Dwell: to live in or at a specified place (origin -in Middle English-to tarry or remain in one place) –Oxford English Dictionary Psalm 91 is one of the richest passages of Scripture, full of insight into the relationship between man … Continue reading

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comfort circles

Today I worked in the nursery at my church.  I haven’t worked in the nursery like this in over 15 years.  It was peaceful and fulfilling to rock, play, and coo at little ones who are just learning about their … Continue reading

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Comfort

During the Christmas season, as the air grows colder, nights come more quickly, the conversation often turns to things of comfort. Comfortable clothing, big warm sweaters, cozy fires, comfort foods. The images that come to mind are of curling up … Continue reading

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Serenity

The word itself lends the spirit to relax, to breathe deeply— serenity . As I have mentioned, it has been difficult to find that peacefulness in my spirit lately. I don’t even like to write it down–it makes me sound … Continue reading

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Imagine with me

November is my favorite month of the year. The month is full of annual celebrations, Thanksgiving, and so many treasured memories of family gatherings. And yet, this month is full of goodbyes. November is solemnly marked by the empty seat … Continue reading

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