Tag Archives: Family

Performance vs Grace

I have been attempting to write this blog for several weeks. I would lose my thoughts and not be able to understand my scribbled notes. Last night, Tim and I were watching one of his childhood friends preaching on youtube. … Continue reading

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Pieces of Me ~ Part I

Sometimes you can be caught unaware by life in general. Loss of a job, circumstances that force you to move to another city, illness, changes in income, broken relationships, broken hearts, broken homes. You have been cruising along, your best … Continue reading

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You Are Not Alone

When you come to the Garden in the cool evening mist, You feel so alone, don’t think you’ll be missed. The world has withdrawn it’s love and concern, You’ve no one to listen, nowhere you can turn. Your heart has … Continue reading

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GODly Sorrow ~ Part II

GODly Sorrow ~ What does it do? Let’s look in detail at the parable of the prodigal son found in Luke the 15th Chapter. The son, in his ignorant arrogance thought he was ready to live life according to his … Continue reading

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If Only…..

Living with regrets. I saw a commercial for a candy bar on telly one day that depicted a tattoo artist, who after his artistry was completed, stood back to admire, “No Regerts”. I have plenty of ‘regerts’! I could almost … Continue reading

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I Am The Child

I am the child. I am the child who rocked herself to sleep. I am the child who cried out from the deep. I am the child who felt completely alone. I am the child, no feeling, like stone.   … Continue reading

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Dance! Dance! Dance!

If I could have one moment to see your face again, I’d memorize your tilted smile, the angle of your chin. If I could have one moment to feel your touch again, I’d always remember the aging texture of your … Continue reading

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