Category Archives: Living by faith

A sliding scale?

How do you measure ‘quality of life’? Nothing to do with euthanasia, simply curiosity about how you and I, the ‘average person’, determine the quality of own life. What criteria do we apply to gauge whether we are happy with … Continue reading

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PDF = Post Daniel Fast

I won’t lie; it was a struggle to get through 21 days of the Daniel Fast. It was less the food restrictions – I was still allowed to eat legumes, oatmeal, dates, fruits and veggies. It was more the limitation … Continue reading

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New Year, New…?

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I don’t know anyone who makes New Year’s resolutions, do you? We used to, but we rarely kept them and felt miserable about it, so we just don’t do it anymore. And yet, a brand new year calls for some … Continue reading

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Fix Your Eyes

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When I was a little girl, I loved going on rides – at the playground and the amusement park. We lived near one of the largest parks in the city where I spent many summer hours playing. There was a … Continue reading

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Falling Fruit

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Fruitful Christians recover quickly after a fall. These believers are not perfect, but they are sensitive to the Spirit’s conviction and are quick to return to the Lord in repentance. In fact, they are actually grateful for the correction and … Continue reading

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Stress Less Ness

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Some years back, grocery stores used to have coin sorting machines. You could dump all your loose coins into a receptacle. The coins would drop and be funneled into separate slots and, within minutes, you would have stacks of pennies, … Continue reading

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ONE SOLITARY LIFE

JESUS He was born in an obscure village The child of a peasant woman He grew up in another obscure village Where he worked in a carpenter shop Until he was thirty. Then for 3 years, he was an itinerant … Continue reading

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