Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Great Divide, part 2

Most of God’s work in my life involves how I perceive and respond to present issues.  When that perception and response has been automatic for a long while, He traces it back to its inception.  Foundational issues are laid down in the … Continue reading

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The Great Divide

Who I am.  What I do.  These are supposed to be connected, one and the same, right?  But they aren’t, or they haven’t been. I have spent the last week or more in intensive care with God.  It feels like … Continue reading

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An Echo in Time

Deja vu. That eerie feeling you’ve been here before.  I’m experiencing that in my journey right now.  Terry and I are taking the “Believing God” study by Beth Moore.  Our church was offering it and after praying it through, I felt God confirming this was … Continue reading

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The River

Last time I blogged, I spoke about a dully throbbing ache, so familiar and consistent that it rarely even comes into our conscious recognition.  I also shared the concept God is developing within me about having needs that I myself … Continue reading

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Blind spot

I have had a blind-spot.  I didn’t know its name, but now that I do, I know that I have felt its presence for a very long time.  Sometimes certain aches are so familiar to us that they cease to press … Continue reading

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