Tag Archives: living water

all who are thirsty

My wandering dog, Rufus, disappeared again. Each day I called, whistled, searched, and came up empty each time. I finally resigned that Rufus was gone for good and began to look at Rover as our only dog. The road grader … Continue reading

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dry ground

Have you ever seen a picture of the ground when it is so parched, so dry, it has hardened like concrete? There are cracks, it is broken, but still unable to hold anything because it lacked life. Hardened hearts allow … Continue reading

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Water

I live in a 100 year old farmhouse.  It is as idyllic as one could imagine.  The house is on a 160 acre parcel of land my grandfather bought 45 years ago.  Pastoral, peaceful, serene–all sorts of words that describe … Continue reading

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