Is Death Really Such a Puzzle?

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Some of you have read and followed my blog since the beginning (and I thank you!). If you remember how it all started, it was during the time that my father-in-law was in the hospital and we weren’t sure if he was going to live.  See http://wateringcanblog.com/2012/05/29/may-the-words-of-my-mouth/ AND http://wateringcanblog.com/2012/07/12/lifes-a-puzzle/ This week marks 2 years since he went…

The Battle of 2014

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“In the ancient world, a city without walls was helpless before it’s enemies… to have it’s walls complete was evidence of divine favor and meant that the inhabitants could carry on life with a measure of security.”  HCSB Study Bible, Introduction to Nehemiah In the modern world, very few cities look to walls of brick…

Weekly Writing Challenge: Lists

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Yep. I’m a list maker. There’s just something about crossing something off a list that inspires me to do whatever it takes to completely eradicate whatever it is that’s ON that list! It’s kind of a love/hate relationship, isn’t it? 1. We love making a list. 2. We hate that the list is so long. 3. We love…

If I Could Only Say ONE Thing… To All The Graduates Out There

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My husband and I had the unique opportunity to speak together to a group of high school students at our DNow this year and I’m thinking that it’s not just teens that need to hear the truth in this lesson. In preparing to speak to these teenagers, I began to ask myself the question, “If I…

I Assure You, I’m “OK”

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Am I?  Really?  What does that even mean, anyway?  OK.  I wonder about these things sometimes… What does “OK” even mean?  Why do we use the letters “O” and “K”?  Here’s what Webster says: OK  adverb or adjective \ō-ˈkā, in assenting or agreeing also ˈō-ˌkā\ : fairly good : not very good or very bad : acceptable or…

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