Tag Archives: Jesus

Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #24

It’s week 24, almost halfway through the year of weekly prompts. Some weeks it’s been harder than others to get this posted. This is one of those weeks. You may have noticed this wasn’t up at 7:00 a.m. as usual. … Continue reading

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #23

Here we be, at week 23. I’m not feeling much like writing poetry today, but I suppose that’s when some of the best poetry is written. Today’s Challenge Today we are writing about BFFs or friends forever. Hopefully we’re all … Continue reading

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Fixer-Upper

Lucky for me God loves run-down fixer-uppers My heart and soul were in a ramshackle state But He raised His paddle and bid a price none other would dream to pay There’s still work to do but the garden’s lovely … Continue reading

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #20

It’s week 20 of the paint chip prompts. In this crazy time, the prompt for today is quite appropriate and timely. Now that so many of our usual activities are curtailed, it’s more important than ever to understand The Key … Continue reading

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The Flower Fades

Summer is my favorite season, but spring is a close second. If lilacs lasted longer, spring would easily take first place. But lilacs fade so soon after blooming. Their intoxicating scent is fleeting. Their vibrant purples whither to brown. If … Continue reading

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Darkness of Saturday

Your disciples all hid awayterrified that dark SaturdayNot knowing what to donow that men had crucified You Hope that day was hidden toodoubting what You said was trueWondering if You would really riseor if Friday proved Your demise I think … Continue reading

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The Bread of Life Broken for Us

Today is Maundy Thursday, the day we remember the Last Supper, when Jesus instituted the sacrament of communion, declaring the bread was His body broken for us. A number of years ago I wrote this recipe for Redemption and the … Continue reading

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Holy Week Thoughts on Jesus

Why He Came He healed the sick, the lame, the leper But that’s not why He came He gave the blind sight and drove out demons But that’s not why He came He fed the 5,000 plus women and children … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Fear Win

In these challenging times in which we are living, fear seems to be a common response. It is certainly prudent to be cautious and follow CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Fear of how the economy will … Continue reading

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Intercession and Hope

Everyone experiences difficulties in life. It can be the loss of a job, an illness that never seems to end, a broken marriage and a broken heart, not being able to make ends meet, a physical or verbal attack by … Continue reading

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