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The Devastation of Good Intentions

The first year we lived here, the fig tree amazed me!  The fruit was abundant and delicious … nothing like a dried fig.  Late in the year, though, a pesky vine began weaving through the branches.  Friends alerted me to the vine being poison oak.  Logic told me, “Get rid ...

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Are you trying to fix the world?

This world sure needs fixing.  At least that is the message I see on Facebook and news reports.  Everybody seems to know how to do it–or how someone else ought to do it.  Usually ‘fixing the world’ means getting others to change.  God’s plan is that we change–and let Him ...

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Sitting on the Potter’s Wheel

“I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb.  Before you were born I set you apart and appointed you as my prophet to the nations.” -Jeremiah 1:5 Before a potter sits at his wheel with a lump of clay, he has an idea and an image. He knows ...

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Internal Unfolding

Whoever you are, you’re changing. Whether a young child, teenager, middle aged person or a senior citizen. What’s more, we live in a society that’s constantly shifting, stretching, bending, moving—nothing remains the same. Much like the metamorphosis of a butterfly. For some of us, we rebel against intrusion, resisting being ...

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