Category Archives: forgiveness

How should we then live?

All the 9/11 coverage is really haunting me.  A few days ago I read something where someone posted their child’s question at the time:  Mommy, why do they hate us?  That was referred to as the question no one dares … Continue reading

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Effects of 9/11

I wasn’t planning to post on this topic at all.  Honestly, when everyone started talking about the 10th anniversary, my first thought was, “give it a rest.”   But I can’t escape it, since references are everywhere.  Some rile me … Continue reading

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Being Jesus

This week’s Sunday school lesson is about Galatians 2:20.  The principle is, “To live the Christian life is to allow Jesus to live His life in and through us.”  The first focus was on the opposite though, anxiety.  Many of … Continue reading

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How could he?

How could he? Why did she? Forgive. How could she? Why did he? Forgive. It’s too hard. This really hurts! Forgive. Okay, as an act of the will I choose to forgive. Now would you like me to heal the … Continue reading

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Einstein’s wisdom

A friend posted a quote from Einstein to the effect that everyone is a genius, but if you judge a fish on its ability to climb trees it will spend its life thinking it is stupid.  I’m not at all … Continue reading

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