Monthly Archives: July 2016

Disturb Us, Lord

In the pantheon of dangerous prayers, this ranks up there for those fools and faithful who know the falseness that comes with too much comfort. It reminds me of Amy Carmichael’s prayer where she prays “from subtle love of softening things, … Continue reading

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A Blessing of Solitude

There is a certain beauty to the art of blessing.  Blessing comes from the many headwaters that have fed into your life so that you can draw from the “now” moment of giving from a river – “like cold water … Continue reading

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The Sonic Black Hole

The Sonic Black Hole Perhaps in Your mystery You cannot be seen or heard but by being in Your presence. For it is as if You are the universal black hole, the central point of such massive density that even … Continue reading

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For the Renovation of Two Hearts

Recently on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna remodelled a home for author Max Lucado’s daughter, Sara, and her husband Jeff. As part of the beautiful re-do, Jo incorporated a poem Max wrote and shared during Sara and Jeff’s wedding ceremony. … Continue reading

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A Prayer for Our Nation

O Canada I pray for thee; O God Please have mercy: Give grace to her workers, Give wisdom to her leaders, Give contentment to her people. O Canada, creation not creator, Do you have what it takes to compel   … Continue reading

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