Monthly Archives: August 2010

Over the Border: From Cleanliness to Godliness Part III

Lots of people have trouble thinking when things are a mess.  Scripture says that God is a God of order.  We are also told that we are to do things decently and in order.  Order is good. I remember being … Continue reading

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Over the Border: From Cleanliness to Godliness, Part II

Why am I like this?  This is a question I ask myself a lot.  Why is it impossible for me to relax in clutter and dirt and why does it seem to tie in so strongly to the way I … Continue reading

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Over the Border: From Cleanliness to Godliness, Part I

I love the feeling I get when my house is clean and straight. No, actually, I don’t just love it, I need it. Further, it isn’t just a need.  The full and horrible truth is this: I believe that if … Continue reading

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Friday Night Potential on Monday!

I have written before about the wonderful feeling I get on Friday nights and the first day of summer.  I describe it as a feeling of potential, and so it is.  The problem is, God has convicted me about feeling … Continue reading

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Four Things I Hate About Getting Old

Before I begin, allow me to state that I do not really mind getting old. I have had to live with the very real possibility of NOT getting old and since aging seems to be God’s will for me for … Continue reading

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Blank Books and Potential

I love blank books!  They give me the same feeling that I get on Friday evening or on the first day of summer vacation:  a sense of overwhelming potential.  Blank books were not such an easy thing to find when … Continue reading

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