Monthly Archives: September 2008

Keeping Habits

People talk a lot about breaking bad habits, but keeping good habits can be just as hard – sometimes harder. I know this because I just did my old weight program at the gym for the first time in just about a year.  Now I could make plenty of excuses.  I stopped last year because … Continue reading »

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Why would God confuse us?

In his well-known daily devotional book, My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers writes “Ye know not what ye ask.” Matthew 20:22 There are times in spiritual life when there is confusion, and it is no way out to say that there ought not to be confusion. It is not a question of right and wrong, … Continue reading »

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Busy-ness vs. Thankfulness

I’ve been busy lately. There are a lot of big things happening at our church plus we have three kids, two of whom are starting new schools this year (one at preschool and one at kindergarten) plus one eight-month-old!   I’ve been working really hard and feeling tired. Sometimes exhaustion can rob you of your joy.But … Continue reading »

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