Monthly Archives: August 2014

Mother Quail and Her Babies


              A couple of days ago I took this picture of a mother and father quail under a bush outside my office window.  If you look closely you will see the mother sitting on … Continue reading

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Process of Forgiveness: Part V–Praying to the Lord Who Is Able


Prayer is an act of humbleness toward God.  It is in essence saying, “I can’t, but You can”.  Prayer is a weakness in my life and has been for many years.  I guess I was raised by parents who loved … Continue reading

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Process of Forgiveness: Part IV–Turning to the Lord


There are many voices out there today seeking to get our attention.  We are bombarded daily, hourly, every second of the day with messages that are trying to give us counsel.  “You deserve a break today (food).”  “You have worked … Continue reading

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Process of Forgiveness Part III: Change of Heart


I’ll never forget speaking in Pennsylvania a few years ago.  I flew into University Park Airport in State College, Penn on Friday afternoon.  It was a very small airport located next to Penn State University, but the closest airport to … Continue reading

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Process of Forgiveness: Part II–Consequences of Choices


I remember being mesmerized by the sight of fire at the age of 5.  I would watch the yellow, red and orange tips of the fire dance around the air and had a hard time taking my eyes off the … Continue reading

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