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Choose to Celebrate

Today is my 40th birthday.  Let me be honest: I’ve thought a lot about this day and the number 40. I know women who’ve stressed out and flipped out over turning 40 years old.  I’ve seen women go through their midlife crisis by purchasing sports cars and a younger, hipper wardrobe.  But as I think […]

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There is Peace in the Eye of the Hurricane

I just listened to a powerful reflection regarding the “Eye of the Hurricane” by Danita Harris, a news reporter who loves the Lord. Her message speaks volumes and something we all can take into consideration. She makes note that in the eye of the hurricane there is less wind; more peace. It is what surrounds […]

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Where is the LOVE?

The Way of Love 1 Corinthians 13:1–13 13 If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to […]

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DO NOT BE DECEIVED: “BAD COMPANY CORRUPTS GOOD MORALS.” 1 CORINTHIANS 15:33 (NASB)

1 Peter 5:8 (NIV) Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. I am sadden by the enormous overwhelming mean and evil spirit that is permeating our society. It is in our homes, our schools, our politics, our churches, and everywhere. I […]

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Why Worry if you Pray?

For years I had a poster on my refrigerator which said, “Why Worry when you can pray?  Why pray if you are going to worry?”  That quote has stuck with me.  How often do we pray about a thing and then get up and say, “What am I going to do?” There are at least […]

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A Messy Oven is a Sure Sign of Something Great Cookin’!

How many times have you baked a delicious cobbler or a super cheesy casserole only to peak through the oven door to find it bubbling over?  We all have!!!  I hate that mess and always have such dread just thinking about the task of cleaning my oven.  Actually, I don’t do it that often and […]

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Stretched Beyond the Limit

A few weeks ago my husband and I were headed to TN to take my daughter to a week long camp.  I had to stop for a bathroom break as usual.  I hurried back to the car and quickly plopped down in my seat only to feel and hear a ripping noise.  My jaw dropped […]

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Does Your Walk Need Reheating?

I am not an everyday coffee drinker.  However, when I do drink coffee in the morning, I find that I have to take great care of that single cup.  In my busy morning routine and the joy of chasing a two year old, the sweet liquid inside becomes cold.  I’ll reheat my cup two, three […]

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