Monthly Archives: July 2008

To know a Father’s Love

  I love my father. I love him because the Father first loved me. I didn’t know love at all. I had a complete misunderstanding of what Love was, is or should be. Love to me was selfish, dirty and … Continue reading

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The early morning cup of coffee blues……

  Its quarter to five in the morning and I find myself a little sad this morning. And no nothing of great trouble. Being a mom is the cause of my blues. Most parents at some point in their life will experience … Continue reading

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Your Doing WHAT?

The road less traveled In the recent days I have found myself having to explain as to why I am moving (separating) from the world and going to live a biblical agrarian lifestyle. I have been getting a lot of YOUR … Continue reading

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Calming the Stormy seas

                           I have often thought that I need more of a quiet and gentle spirit. I have prayed about it often. I think that the more I trust in God and he becomes my place of safety the more I … Continue reading

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Warning!! Not for the faint of heart

                       A few deep thoughts this morning.    When I first thought about separation I knew what that could mean. I had already gone through leaving my family behind once before (mother, father,brothers and many a friend) so I knew … Continue reading

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What’s This?

      I find myself lately having the ( hit in the head by a two by four) experience. Some people call them revelations, mine kinda makes me stop and go Whats this?  On the bus the other day I found myself observing … Continue reading

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Troubled Past, Merciful God

It’s interesting how some conversations start and how they progress into our thinking of the past, which at times is not such a bad place to go. My son and his friend came over for a bit when I got … Continue reading

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