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Spirit to Spirit

“God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” –St. John 4:24

I wanted to write about this verse, but initially, I was stumped.  Jesus had said it all.  Then the question came to me, “What is a spirit?”  …so I looked it up.

One definition of the word spirit is: ‘the nonphysical part of a person that is the seat of emotions and character, the soul.’  That’s beautiful right?

After reading the definition, it reminded me of why we should Continue reading

It’s Gabe’s Graduation Day

It’s Gabe’s Graduation Day.

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Congrats Mike!!!!

So, my youngest son graduated today,  June 4th… and I am very, very proud of him.   😆  He and his siblings – I think – are the best kids in the world.  I’m actually very proud of them all.

However, for one reason or the other and through a series of spectacular events, I wasn’t able to be there physically.  That old foe, my life’s nemesis– the devil –would enjoy me drowning in my embarrassment, misery and sorrow and self-pity.  But I’ve decided: Not today.  Today, I’m reaching deep and for every lemon—I’m going to start squeezing it for all its worth and begin making the BEST lemonade …ever.  And for every good thing—I’ll remember to be thankful!

Today is the day I’m making changes Continue reading

Is there any thing too hard for the Lord?

Sometimes when we are going through difficulties in life, we ask ourselves, “How am I gonna fix this one?” I suggest the question we should be asking is, “Is there any thing to hard for the Lord?”

This question was posed in the Bible in the book of Genesis 18:14. During this biblical episode a truth is revealed, which is: Continue reading

Why sit we here? [revised reprint]

Looking back at year 2010 and forward towards 2011, I am reminded of scriptures found in II Kings 7:3. Elisha the Prophet was bringing forth a positive word to the king in the midst of a bad situation. He was predicting that the next day would bring food and prosperity to the land and that God would intervene for the good of the people. Of course, there was the naysayer in the crowd… Continue reading