Tag Archives: loving others

Can you believe it?

So there is this kid I know, not mine, just a younger person, about half my age. He seems to struggle with what he wants to have, what does he not want, in life. He is a lot like a … Continue reading

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In Your name

I am finishing the book For the Love, by Jen Hatmaker. It has been a good reminder to not grow complacent in my faith, letting it grow lukewarm. But I don’t just want to walk away from the book thinking that … Continue reading

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without effect

As I walk around my new hometown I often see the same people.  I do not know their names, but we smile in acknowledgement and continue on our route.  While I have always been friendly with others I meet, now … Continue reading

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Love

“I give you a new command: Love one another. Just as I have loved you, you must also love one another.  By this all people wil know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another (John 13:34-35 HCSB).” … Continue reading

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