Category Archives: Spirit

The Spirit of Truth

The longer I am on this planet, the more I believe in the spirit of confusion alluded to in 1 John 4:1. With Election Day looming tomorrow, I think this spirit has been sent out with carte blanche, not only … Continue reading

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Paying it Forward

I’m home sick today, doing my very best to recover after almost a week of being in the clutches of an I-don’t-know-what — cold? — that has me struggling to even stand upright for more than a few minutes at … Continue reading

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On Maturity

Forty creeps closer and closer every day. In approximately one-half of a year, I will be there. I recently heard forty called the old age of youth. If youth is a vast ocean of experience, then I’m standing on the … Continue reading

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Seeking

I love layering. I layer my clothes, the dishes on the china cabinet, the pillows on the sofa. I love visiting homes with lots of layers, because, when purposefully done, layers add interest and beauty to a space. I know … Continue reading

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Ephphatha

When I was in choir in high school and college, I constantly had to remind myself to sing from my diaphragm, not from my nose and throat. One unpleasant side effect of singingĀ  shallowly rather than deeply was that my … Continue reading

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Threads and Pillars

I’m always looking for the red thread that ties things together, as if my blog header wasn’t an indication of that. I love to see the interconnectedness of events and circumstances, because I see God’s fingerprint so clearly that way. … Continue reading

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One

I’m wrestling with God and begging Him to not leave my presence until He blesses me with the right words. I pray that, imperfect as they are, they will perfectly convey my sentiments. I recently re-joined Twitter on a whim … Continue reading

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