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The Bucket

My grace is sufficient for you and daily bread…

Sometimes I think that my bucket is almost too deep for God to fill with grace. Its not that he doesn’t want to give it to me but maybe I need too much!   354 more words


Good grief...got the power?

Yesterday’s Reading contains my favorite Scripture passage.  It has kept me going for many years!

* but he said to me,

“My grace is sufficient for you, for power is made perfect in weakness.” I will rather boast most gladly of my weaknesses,* in order that the power of Christ may dwell with me. 109 more words


Calm the storm...get in the boat!

Just ask, get closer, have faith

In the midst of the violent storm, Jesus sleeps in the boat and the disciples are afraid.  The disciples ask Jesus, ‘Don’t you care?’ He calms the storm and says, ‘Why are you afraid?’ Mark 4:35-41 (Gospel Reading for Sunday, June 21, 2015) 273 more words


Are you a mustard seed?


It’s not just for the birds!

Who likes change?

We humans often look for comfort. We like to complete things and then rest in our Adirondack chair and survey the land – all we have accomplished.  153 more words


The Daily Bread - Episode 1

Transforming your life with God’s Word!

Today’s bread for reflection is from 2Cor 13: 11-13

“And now my friends, good-bye! Strive for perfection; listen to my appeals; agree with one another; live in peace. 377 more words


The Amish and Mennonites in Sarasota, Florida

“Oh, I’m from Lancaster, PA but I winter here (in sarasota)” said the Amish woman eating the food bar stuff in Whole Foods downtown. “I went to school up your way – in Northampton, MA – and I love Great Barrington – does the Boston Symphony still summer at Tanglewood?” – turns out she went to school less than 2 miles from our house in MA…. 883 more words

The Daily Bread

An American Girl In Paris... Part Une

Ahhh, Paris, the city of l’amour. A place where both Carrie and I dreamt about going to, but when that dream became a reality for her, her heart led her down a slightly different more familiar path. 484 more words

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