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Psalm 1

Praying the Psalms | Letting the Psalms Pray You In my adult life I’ve been advised on more than one occasion to ‘Pray the Psalms’. Usually there was no further instruction, and as I usually have quite a few questions I found myself flummoxed by this. Some of these same folks would also advise thatContinue reading “Psalm 1”

Let’s Talk

To my kids first; I expect you to be the more giving person. You’ve seen so much, you care so much, and you are capable of so much in your life. Do not spend your early adulthood nursing resentment and anger towards your grownups for their refusal or inability to see things from your perspective.Continue reading “Let’s Talk”

Today’s Carol

This should have originally posted on Sunday, December 20. The song, O Holy Night, has at its birth one of the unique stories of Christmas. Originally a French hymn it was written to celebrate the renovation of an organ. The poem was written by a man who claimed to be an atheist, Placide Cappeau, aContinue reading “Today’s Carol”

A Daily Christmas

In just a few short days Christmas, the day, the holiday, will be here. Gifts will be open and discarded. Items will be broken, unwanted, and returned. We will discuss Christmas ‘being over’ and comment on whether or not we should sing carols in church this Sunday. Christmas as the celebration of Jesus’ coming toContinue reading “A Daily Christmas”

Time and Energy

What matters? What lasts? What defines us? These are questions that to some extent we have all probably asked ourselves at some time or another. Our answers are varied. They are, however, revealed in the actions and choices that we make. Every generation, every subgroup of each generation will all attempt to answer the aboveContinue reading “Time and Energy”


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a prophet is formed in all of the small decisions that make it about self or about others     

Daniel Harding

The Kingdom of God | Unrecognized by the Religious #thecomingandpresentkingdom danielmharding's podcast

Do we recognize the work of God around us? The Pharisees – people who sincerely tried to follow God's way – found that they didn't even recognize Jesus when he said he was from God. The disciples, those currently following Jesus, were warned that they might go chasing after the wind in an attempt to recreate their experiences with Jesus. A challenging passage for us to consider.
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