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Who Are We… that You would be mindful of us?

Who am I? This or the other? Am I one person today and tomorrow another? Am I both at once? A hypocrite before others, And before myself a contemptibly woebegone weakling? Or is something within me still like a beaten … Continue reading

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Meandering with Moses (4)

I was very young the first time it happened. It was in church. Someone was sharing their experiences from a third world mission trip and my heart was overwhelmingly troubled. If they would have been taking volunteers to go that … Continue reading

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Meandering with Moses (3)

If I wrote my life story, the names would have to be changed to protect the guilty. Or so I joke. Half seriously. And yet, whenever I am asked that ice-breaker question of “if you could change one thing about … Continue reading

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Meandering with Moses (2)

We walk by faith and not by sight. If I’m doing that, then I must believe even when things don’t look believable. If it is sight, then it is not faith. A favorite writer of mine, Phillip Yancey, says that … Continue reading

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Meandering with Moses

(Resting In His Grace…I love that title picked by mt. The writer of Hebrews goes to great length to talk about rest…and who rests…and who won’t. Moses is mentioned often, so I am going to meander after him for a … Continue reading

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