Monthly Archives: December 2013

God, Please Help Me Find Uplifiting Words

This was the note that was left on my kitchen counter this morning: “An atom is a tiny particle you cannot see with your eye. He is going to tell you something funny enough to make you laugh. (in a … Continue reading

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Advent – Its Not Just About a Birth of a King

Prepare the way. That is my motto the next 22 days. As I sat down to write today, I realized the importance that God plays in my life. Without God, I am nothing. Without God, I have no hope. Without … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for The King?

Merry Christmas! Happy Advent! What’s the difference anyway? According to Wikipedia (which isn’t always reliable, but in this case I will take it), Advent is a season observed in many Western Christian Churches as a time of expectant waiting and … Continue reading

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