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Grace in the pressure...

There is nothing quite like the piercing sound of a smoke detector, never mind a whole apartment or household full of them going off. Waking to such noise, as I experienced one recent morning, is unexpected and both shocking and frightening. 222 more words

Contemplation

Oh, Taste and See That the Lord is Good

Psalm 34 is one of the popular ones. Contextually, it pairs with 1 Samuel 21-22 where David pretended to be insane in order to escape death at the hands of King Abimelech. 403 more words

Book Of Psalms

Seek. Pursue. Love.

By the age of 14 I had a concrete, if unrealistic, dream. I wanted to play Division I (now FBS) football. Let me rephrase that. I HAD to play. 604 more words

Growth

Why? Glorify!

I awoke today with a few thoughts roiling around in my brain:
I don’t feel well.
I feel like a 13-year-old girl for all the drama in my life right now. 860 more words

Today we usually have a Ladies’ Bible study, but I suggested we get together for fellowship and a craft day. I invited a recent widow who attends another church via voicemail on her cell phone and didn’t hear from her. 558 more words

Friends

Time for a Great Commercial: Tastes awful!

Psalm 34:8 says, “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.”  Our taste buds often act out of trust — We trust the one who says “taste this — tell me if it’s bad”! 99 more words

Psalm 34