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Love and Trust

We cannot make ourselves believe, we cannot make ourselves love, but we can obey, and then love and trust will grow of themselves.

– George MacDonald


Rachel in Review: Keeping the Romance Alive

There’s little doubt in my mind that we’re living in a golden age of children’s literature, but still, sometimes I wonder: where’s the romance?

No, not that kind. 585 more words



writer: George MacDonald

The Life

I lay last night and knew not why I was sad. “‘Tis well with God,” I said, “and he is the truth;

Let that content me.”—’Tis not strength, nor youth,

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Walking with God

I said: “Let me walk in the field”;
God said: “Nay, walk in the town”;
I said: “There are no flowers there”;
He said: “No flowers, but a crown.” 177 more words

Christian Life

A Perfect Faith

A perfect faith would lift us absolutely above fear. It is in the cracks, crannies, and gulfy faults of our belief, the gaps that are not faith, that the snow of apprehension settles, and the ice of unkindness forms.
Sir Gibbie


What are Angels?

“Poets are born knowing the language of angels.” 

 Madeleine L’Engle, A Ring of Endless Light

November has turned over time to December, a month of deepening frost, and merry celebrations.  207 more words