Tag Archives: Inspiration

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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Listening for God

Today’s devotional is from Martha Forsee. When was the last time you heard from God? Maybe you haven’t heard from Him because your ears have been deafened by the silence of loneliness, discouragement or exhaustion. Maybe God’s voice has been … Continue reading

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Remember Those Who Have Helped You

Today’s reflection is from Rev. Stavros Akrotirianakis of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, Tampa, FL. Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations; ask your father, and he will show you; your elders and they … Continue reading

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Sympathy vs. Compassion

This is going to be a strange posting week. I usurped Monday’s Words for the Week to wish my late wife a happy anniversary. Today is usually reserved for Readin’, ‘Ritin’ & ‘Rithmetic, but since we won’t be having a … Continue reading

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Blessing or Curse?

The Words for the Week reflection this  time around comes from Michael Josephson’s Character Counts. At a Nazi death camp during WWII a Jewish prisoner noticed another praying. “What are you praying for?” he asked. “I’m praising God.” The first … Continue reading

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The Passionate Pursuit of God

The passionate pursuit of God begins anew every day. As a follower of Jesus Christ we need to have time on a daily basis where we can read and focus on God’s Word (Bible); spend time in reflection and prayer; … Continue reading

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Speak Up

Christianity is not for wimps! Repeatedly in Scripture, Christians are warned if they stand for righteousness the world won’t like it and will attack.  So what should a believer do? Even those who have loving attitudes and are socially considerate … Continue reading

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On Broken Wings

We’re sharing Joan Clayton’s experience as Words for the Week. I wanted to share an experience I had concerning broken wings. This experience came when I needed it the most. In June 2003 my husband was in a terrible car … Continue reading

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Losing Everything

A fellow servant, Gary Kallio, offers the Words for the Week today from his writing at Fiber for the Soul. What would you do if a crisis sours your life? We hear of folk who lose everything in a house … Continue reading

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Turn Annoyance into Gratitude

Our reflection — a one minute devotional — is from Guideposts. “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways,” declares the Lord. “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways.” — … Continue reading

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