Monthly Archives: December 2014

Wild Waves of the Sea

Yesterday afternoon, clouds covered the sun and the winds blew over the water and brought chills even though it was above 80 degrees.  We could no longer sit and receive the warmth of the sun, but in spite of the … Continue reading

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Trying to Fish in a Storm?

Matthew 8:26-27  Then He arose and rebuked the winds and the sea, and there was a great calm.  But the men marveled saying, What manner of man is this, that even the winds and the sea obey Him!  When I … Continue reading

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Virgins in Washington

I have met no one recently who is happy about the direction our nation is headed.  There is much gloom and despair about the future both from the young and the old.  The most basics of life, our protections and … Continue reading

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A Daily Prayer

Jesus, my Savior, You are so precious to me.  In the darkness of December, you are the Prince of Peace that whispers to my soul, “Be anxious for nothing.”  I have heard Your voice telling me to hear what You … Continue reading

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Light in the Darkness

I am most impatient in the winter.  I know it’s not even officially winter yet, but this is the season in Louisville when the sun disappears for days, and rains chill the air and the bones.  When I get up … Continue reading

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The Christmas Story

This morning I quoted the Christmas story from Luke 2 as I lay awake waiting for sunrise.  It is the appearance of angels, the wonder of the shepherds, and the announcement of peace on earth.  How different Luke’s view is … Continue reading

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