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Romance and Ranch Dressing

What is romance? One of the definitions for romance on dictionary.com is a baseless, made-up story, usually full of exaggeration or fanciful invention. If you go to the movie rental place and look for a movie in the romance section, you will most likely find movies with a whole lot of lust. Romance is not necessarily the… Continue reading Romance and Ranch Dressing

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God Doesn’t Break His Promises

To remind us of why we celebrate Christmas, my kids and I began reading the Christmas story in Luke 1. Before we could get to the good part, something interesting grabbed my attention. Luke 1 opens with Zacharias, a priest, burning incense in the temple when an angel of the Lord appeared to him. When… Continue reading God Doesn’t Break His Promises

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An Open Letter to the People Who Were Wrong

Today, my baby sister got married. My sister is a beautiful, wonderfully sensitive, caring person. She is also 35 years old and this is her first marriage. She did not put off getting married and having a family for a career. She has, in fact, dreamed of this day for many years. Dreams are hard… Continue reading An Open Letter to the People Who Were Wrong

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Trust

Proverbs 3:5-6 (AMP) Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know, recognize, and acknowledge Him, and He will direct and make straight and plain your paths. Genesis 15:6 (AMP) And he [Abram]… Continue reading Trust

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Little By Little

In our Bible study this week, we were reading in Exodus 23. In this chapter, Moses is on Mount Sinai listening to God’s instructions for the children of Israel. God begins talking about the Angel that He will send before them to lead them into the promised land. In verse 27, God begins to explain… Continue reading Little By Little

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Keep on Truckin’

That’s my new motto: Keep on Truckin’. My husband recently graduated from a commercial trucking program, got his CDL license and headed on down the road. He left on August 25 to begin training to drive for a particular company. We have been married for five years and, other than the five days he was in… Continue reading Keep on Truckin’

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