Monthly Archives: September 2017

Maybe I Should Chew Soap

Maybe I should chew soap…even swallow some…not sure. Maybe I should write this on my knees. No, that would be disingenuous. The memory, though, thanks be to God, is slowly being erased to nothingness. It came back this morning, though, … Continue reading

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Ring A Bell of Joy Today

Not sure of apt metaphor…on naming something that springs goodness and joy in the heart. Yes, it’s personal; but I wish it to be encouraging to you to ring your own bell today. Point taken: what is worth looking at … Continue reading

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Life In A Day—Measured by Values and not hours

Today I was not surprised. Not for a breath. Now, normally when a physician doesn’t complete the operation, or at least there’s lingering, we probably expect the physician to give some medical excuse. Not today. A couple of weeks ago … Continue reading

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Good Friday Never Wins…Prayers for Joanne and Christie

I remember church members, who in my less than accepted opinion, found nothing wrong with jumping from Palm Sunday to Easter. One said, “Hey, the crown is worn by Easter…that’s all that matters.” And then, after moving to Leander, Texas, … Continue reading

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Brian’s Adventure: Fishing Is More Than Filling The Nets

Good Saturday morning, to each of us— Am sharing two links this morning to which I’ve referred in previous blogs. When Bill Monroe, Outdoor Editor of Oregon Live/Oregonian, asked for a shared detail of the salmon fishing adventure that Brian … Continue reading

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Postscript To Wedding Comments

Marilyn Gregory is a special friend. I first met her when Interim Pastor at the First Christian Church in San Marcos. Her father attended worship every Sunday—such a gracious man—and most Sundays Marilyn drove from North Austin to be with … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Weddings

I was touched by this link below. I found it heart-felt, even though no formality was ingredient. But, first, the link put me in touch that not everyone should get married. I could quickly focus upon the nervous young man … Continue reading

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