Monthly Archives: August 2020

Random Thoughts – 2

I seem to have little energy for creative thought these days. Hopefully that energy will return on Nov. 3 when we have elected Joe Biden, an honest, decent, compassionate man who does have the skill to function as president, to … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

“We tend to run around trying to solve the problems of our world while anxiously avoiding confrontation with that reality wherein our problems find their deepest roots: our own selves. In many ways we are like the busy executive who … Continue reading

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From My Reading – August

“Trevor Hudson shared about seeing a neighbor moving bricks in his driveway. Being Trevor’s only day off, he hoped the neighbor would decline his polite offer to help. Instead, Trevor went home four hours and many bricks later. That Sunday … Continue reading

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We are Safe

(This devotional first appeared in the July, August, September 2013 issue of Words of Hope. It is reprinted  with permission. Each day in 2020 and beyond we need to remember the magnificent claim of the writer of Hebrews as paraphrased by James … Continue reading

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