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Beautiful Feet

Today’s reflection is by Beth Heath and based {loosely} on Isaiah 52:1-7. When I think of beautiful things, different images come to mind, not a single one of them has anything to do with feet. Feet are not beautiful. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Putting My Hand in God’s

A friend of mine from Maine Fellowship of Christian Writers recently dropped an interesting devotional, Putting My Hand in God’s … Living the Raphah Way by Yvonne Blake. I  call it “interesting” because it isn’t a devotional in the true … Continue reading

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A Gift for You

My Name Is Sam … and Heaven Is Still Shining Through — the audio version — has been released for a couple of weeks and has already made a splash. However, I hadn’t had a chance to listen to the … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Little Things

Our extraordinary reflection today is an ordinary encounter by an ordinary person, Linzi Aitken. It was one of those inconvenient little things, like waiting in line at the bank or losing your keys. Those inconvenient little things can jeopardize your … Continue reading

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All Is Well …

Today marked my annual wellness evaluation. Actually, it was my first wellness evaluation. It was scheduled — and cancelled — last August. It was scheduled — and cancelled — in January. It was scheduled — and cancelled, thanks to covid … Continue reading

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Who Is Speaking?

A couple of weeks ago during the live broadcast, I asked for some questions. I received a few and thought I would answer some this week. I did answer directly, but I am an advocate of the theory if one … Continue reading

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Prayer Changes Things …

As we build this community prayer platform, we ask the Lord to listen to our petitions with full confidence they not only are heard but acted upon by God according to His holy will. These requests are on my prayer … Continue reading

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I’m Tired

I’m tired. I don’t like to clutter my space with social issues, but today I can’t help myself. I will apologize up front if I offend anyone during this rant. But I AM tired. I am tired of this whole covid … Continue reading

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First Night

The grandsons and I spent last night in Maine … quiet, peaceful Maine. The two teens helped gather my meager belongings, pack them into the van, take the four-and-a-hour trip north, unpack the van, distribute the appropriate boxes to their … Continue reading

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Letters from the Earth

Fellow Higher Ground Books & Media author Nancy Flinchbaugh came up with an intriguing concept for a book. Since I was planning a road trip from Ohio to upstate New York, I decided to load the audio version of Letters … Continue reading

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