Names of Jesus Bible Study

In 2008 I did a weekly in-depth Bible study on the Hebrew Names of God. In those days I had all day everyday to dig through the tissue paper pages and volumes of commentary on my bookshelves to develop a post of this nature. These days I slide it in as I have ...

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When there are no words…

When in Colorado I saw things that took my breath away and left no room for words. I didn’t just see the majesty of the Rocky Mountains in northern Colorado – I felt it. Deep inside of me something awakened, a new sense of awe and childlike wonder ...

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Hidden Treasure

Six years ago I pressed into Colossians 2 with a deep yearning to know more about the “circumcision of the heart” Paul speaks of in this chapter. I remember studying this at a time when I was searching the Scriptures and God’s heart seeking ...

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"It Ain’t Easy Being Green"

NOTE: If you have not taken the opportunity to read these two posts about my relating to things in my brain through colors please visit: Embracing My Colorful Self and Self Awareness, Self Observation and Hearing God before reading this post. In the movie &#82...

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Not a Feel Good Moment

In 1992 I divorced my first husband and proceeded to drag my three children through the ridicule and mess of a prodigal existence. In the years that followed I spiraled out of control with wild living, honky-tonk frequenting, one-night-stands and lots and lots...

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NASCAR & Perseverance

One of my favorite things to do on the weekend is curl up on the couch in my pajamas and watch the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. As a girl who has always been drawn to fast muscle cars, the race scene and all its smokin’ tire glory get me excited the way mos...

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Auto-Focus

In the spring I purchased a new Nikon D3000 digital camera. What I quickly realized: Not your standard point and click type of camera. I petitioned my eldest to educate me regarding my camera. She smiles lovingly and says, “You have an owner’s manu...

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Wildfires

Last night as we celebrated Scott and Taylor’s birthday at Babe’s in Granbury, a group of firefighters from the Fire Management Team from the Uinta Wasatch Cache Natonal Forest Service sat at the table across from us. More about these firefighters....

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Decisions…Decisions

The remainder of my reflections about Colorado appear to be much greater than I anticipated so I will delay the post to later this week. In other news, on Friday evening I dusted off my painter’s box/easel and organized my paints, brushes and thought...

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Captivating

Our recent trip to Colorado has left me captivated. Each morning we awoke to clouds covering the Vail Mountains that surrounded the resort area of Avon and Beaver Creek Village. The sight of low clouds buffetting the mountains as far as the eye could see fille...

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