Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Month in the Books

The first month of 2016 is nearly complete. The older I get, the faster time seems to pass. It doesn’t seem like a whole year has passed since I was feeling the stress of a move and anticipating the birth of … Continue reading

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Precious Memories

There’s an old country gospel song I learned as a child. I’m not sure who wrote the words or the music, but it was sung and recorded by various artists throughout the years. The version I learned was performed by Johnny … Continue reading

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Hitting the Jackpot

I struggle daily with love for things of this world. The current Powerball jackpot is over one billion dollars. Billion! I have played scenario after scenario in my head of what I would do with all that money. I’ve rationalized … Continue reading

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What God Can Do

Yesterday I spent a short time at the home of a friend. I realize to those who may be reading this that probably isn’t a big deal. Most people spend time with friends once in a while and don’t feel … Continue reading

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