Monthly Archives: June 2010

Thanks for Nothing! Habakkuk 3:17-18

Itadakimasu! Gochisōsama! When dining in Japan one needs to learn these two words. At the beginning of the meal people expresses humble thanks for what has been given and the conclusion they declare that have thoroughly waited upon. Although both expressions … Continue reading

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Blessed be the ties that bind.

Last night I was finally able to watch Sandra Bullock’s Academy Award winning performance in The Blind Side. In the middle of the movie there is a tear jerking seen in which her character has just put together a new … Continue reading

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Thank you, thank you…

“Thank you, thank you,” were the only words she could utter. And when I hung up the phone tears were streaming down my face because I could sense in my heart it was her way of saying goodbye. A day … Continue reading

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It still raining…

“As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.” Matt 24:37 Continue reading

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