One Job

I like those memes that say, “you had one job”. It is making fun of the fact that they goofed up the one job that they had. Often times, I can see how they got there, which isn’t the funny part. Somehow, things didn’t happen in the order that would have meant success. Somehow, they […]

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What I Hear Is

Have you ever tried listening to a program and your internet cuts in and out? Like one minute everything is just fine and normal the next you have a blank screen and no audio? Well, that is often times what it is like attending something spiritual. I miss things. Maybe you miss things two. Like […]

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That Doesn’t Make Sense

You ever get in a disagreement with someone and you just can’t figure out where you lost them. Like your argument is solid. It makes perfect logical sense. There is no question to it being the truth. Yet, somehow it is not being understood or practiced. Clearly there must be multiple layers of indifference exasperated […]

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If You Could Do Anything

Absolute, unconditional, positive regard to you. Imagine you had a person by your side that accepted you for all that you are and all that you are not. What would you do knowing that? Would you laugh in joy?Would your days be filled with the love and honor you are promised? We all have something […]

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The Good Samaritan

A while ago I watched a video of a boy all alone in a city on a cold day without a jacket. It looked like he was perhaps cold. So many people just walked by. Not one of them stopping, well not many of them stopping to ask if he was ok. Just walking by […]

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A Brother In Christ

I don’t know about you, but I like to have all my ducks in a row. The key is “like too” and when it is not that way, well, I find myself frustrated, lost, confused and a bit disorientated. Trust God more, they say. Pray unceasingly. Concentrate on God. I do not doubt the advice […]

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The Lamb

When I was a child I lived just a mile away from my aunt. In many ways, she seemed like the big sister I never had instead of an aunt. She would always talk with me as if my answers were important. Later she moved away. When I was a teenager, I often spent a […]

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