Category Archives: Walk With Him Wednesday

How We Give Thanks

How do we give thanks?  Well, I usually have to start here: 28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I … Continue reading

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As the Aging Brain Tries

My son and I are memorizing the book of James.  If that makes you pause, don’t worry, it did us, too. Our wonderful home school curriculum assigned this James memory project.  There was an abbreviated version for the faint of … Continue reading

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When the Words Aren’t Really Funny

You know how we do it, don’t you?  We’re masters at it, we humans.  Donning our lighthearted hats, we saunter as we talk, words spilling carelessly, and framed carefully with humor when, honestly (deep down inside) we mean what we’re … Continue reading

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How the Blended Ones Learned: A Birthday Post

On October 20, 2000, I opened some birthday cards.  Then, I opened my Bible, and found this scripture by chance: 17 Though the fig tree may not blossom, Nor fruit be on the vines; Though the labor of the olive … Continue reading

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Seeing Blind

I see, and some can’t.  For me, it really is that simple.  I’m simply thankful. A chapter in one of my favorite books is called “The Myth of Complexity”.  That title has a lot of meaning for me now. Here … Continue reading

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Looking Up

It’s hard (here) living and grasping in the finite, to comprehend the infinite. Ambling pleasantly through a quiet, historical cemetery on a glorious fall day, I’m pondering. But for all of this to BE… …there has to be an infinite. … Continue reading

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