Category Archives: God’s sovereignty

Twisted Into Beauty

It is a beautiful, 73-degree evening in Tennessee. The wind is blowing gently, sun shining clearly, birds singing sweetly and the sounds of families gathering at day’s end are floating on the air. I’ve put in a long and good … Continue reading

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Full of Three

Father. Hope.  Light.  Wonder. Creator. Wild and raging Lover of our hearts Wind Breather. We trip about the edges of Your glory, Stumbling over our weary attempts to gain Your favor; Striving for just a tiny bit of You, even … Continue reading

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Suffer the Children…

This week I was overcome by the ongoing horrors being reported from the Middle East. For me, maybe for all of us, the reports regarding children are the most chilling. They shred my heart. I cannot even breathe for several … Continue reading

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