Tag Archives: Power

I Am the 1% — I’m Not Your Pro-Choice Poster Child

In the raging debate over whether abortion should be legal, those who claim to be pro-choice often cite cases of rape and incest as justifying easy access to abortion. What they fail to mention is that less than 1 percent … Continue reading

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My Divine Defense

My friend Rachel Lulich issued a challenge to write a poem a week based on one of the devotions included in Charles H. Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook. I’m always up for a good challenge, and the devotional was only 99 cents for Kindle, … Continue reading

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Spreading Wings of Hope

What if I fall? What if I fail? Will I bounce back then later prevail? Try as I might in my own power failure is all I find Yet I have faith, hopeful reliance on a power much greater than … Continue reading

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Wind

Gusting wind Branches whipping Banging on the roof Pulling down power lines Leaving us in the dark It’s chilly without heat Whatever shall we eat? Great power in God’s wind

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This Big Light of Mine

For the past week or so I’ve been listening to the new MercyMe CD “Welcome to the New” as often as I can. There is not a song on this CD that I don’t love. I’ve written a post inspired … Continue reading

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Comprehending His Power Is My Power

We are just about to finish up my first full year of Bible Study Fellowship, and as a group leader, in the study of Matthew. The experience has been richer than I could have ever imagined. I am so blessed … Continue reading

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When Re-gifting Is Okay

Did you ever receive a gift that just wasn’t your style? You know, those garden gnomes for your apartment? Or that bright orange sweater that just doesn’t go with your coloring? Admit it, you’ve received at least one gift in … Continue reading

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The Spirit of Power Defeats Fear

For as long as I can remember I have been afraid of water. At our Women’s Retreat a few weeks ago, the topic came up several times during the second session in which we mingled and asked questions that were … Continue reading

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The King of Kings Bled

When I was a teenager I listened to a lot of rock music, and I still love the electric guitar and an awesome rock beat. When I first started listening to Christian music I had a hard time finding good … Continue reading

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Credit Where Credit Is Due

As part of the Post-a-Day 2011 Challenge, The Daily Post at WordPress.com has been providing an optional writing prompt to get bloggers started. Although I won’t use their prompt on most days, I have already found one that I like. It … Continue reading

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