Monthly Archives: December 2011

Our Home

Youtube Many of us have placed welcome mats on our front door steps. We want our guests to feel welcome as they enter, right? But what are we inviting them in to? When our kids were little I would always … Continue reading

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Choose Carefully

In the Garden of Eden, there were two trees. In the middle of the garden was the Tree of Knowledge. We know where that bite took us (Gen. 3:6). The tree of Knowledge is easy to find. From it we … Continue reading

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Eat, Drink and Be Merry

“Eat, drink and be merry” is an expression usually associated with gluttony and hedonism. However, in spite of the negative association with it there is a holy application of this verse, if you will. Firstly, Christ has invited us to … Continue reading

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A Bad Week

Half way to an appointment thirty minutes north of Atlanta I found myself locked in a huge traffic jam behind an overturned tractor-trailer and without my cell phone which I had accidentally left at home. After several miles of crawling … Continue reading

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Kitty Codependent?

I’ve been thinking. And I’ve concluded that I might be codependent…on my cat. Is that even possible? The fact is that our cat, Henry, is the most lovable animal I have ever known. With a chilled-out personality, he simultaneously carries … Continue reading

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Feeling Guilty?

Are you feeling guilty about something?? When we struggle with feelings of guilt, it is easy to confuse guilt and conviction. Guilt comes strictly from breaking God’s law. If at any time we break one of God’s laws we are … Continue reading

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