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Anniversaries Without Celebration

This week has not been easy.

Two years ago tonight (the Thursday before MLK Weekend), Micah committed suicide.  Technically, he did not die that night–it was not until a little after 10pm on that Friday night that he passed away in his hospital bed–but Micah was effectively gone by the time they revived him at the emergency room. 528 more words

Random Thoughts

Laying Down Burdens, Part II

Above:  Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee, by Ludolf Bakhuizen

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St. Paul The Apostle

Micah 3: Politicians and profits

Micah continued, Hey leaders and politicians, aren’t you supposed to practice justice? Yet you eat the poor! You take bribes! You lie! Jerusalem will pay! 20 more words

Old Testament

What Might Have Been

I was standing in a CVS parking lot a couple nights ago, talking with my friend and tournament director of the state roller hockey league.  We were discussing the events of the past weekend’s festival, the state of the league today, things that we need to get done in the next few weeks–nothing Earth-shattering. 613 more words

Random Thoughts

Through the Bible in one year 2018; 10th January

We seem to have two contrasting commands in today’s readings. In Genesis 17 v1 God says to Abram “I am God Almighty; walk before me faithfully and be blameless”. 194 more words


Back Like Barça

Good day wherever you are reading this right now. I must say it’s really been a while, but then, it was a deliberate break needed, and even though, the break seemed long enough, it still wasn’t good enough. 566 more words

One Micaiah

Micah 2: The usual message

Micah continued, Woe to people who plot wickedness, who are greedy and oppress and take the property of poor people. You’ll get your comeuppance! Everyone will taunt you! 42 more words

Old Testament