humility

blind…

When I was growing up, I thought there was only one kind of blindness: the kind that causes a physical impairment of the eyes. Until recently, I didn’t understand that there was a different type of blindness: the kind that causes an impairment of the heart and soul. Spiritual blindness. Those people who cannot see…

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the post about bread…

I love bread. I miss eating good bread (thank you, gluten intolerance). I wish I could go back to when I was a kid and bread was a staple at the dinner table – when it was considered necessary and nutritional. And I could eat it without feeling sick. These days, bread is classified as…

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our summer of miracles…

So far most of my blog posts have been pretty… real. raw. revealing. I’ve had the opportunity to share how God is working on me; using his Word to gently and carefully prune me. (I’m a definite work in progress; a sinner saved by grace). I’ve been thinking this week about how thankful I am…

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the real story…

In my last blog about humility, I totally glossed over how the reading the Word has changed me. I said, “It brought me back to life. It filled me up. It changed my whole countenance. It showed me where my weak areas were. It gave me a deep awe and appreciation for God’s love. It softened my…

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isn’t it ironic…

So… I’m writing this book. It’s about my story, but it’s also about what I have learned, and what can be done to avoid making the same mistakes I made. If you haven’t heard my story, read my post titled: “scars.” To write the book, I have been poring over scripture like a madwoman, researching…

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