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Chaos and Anger


Sometimes we want to think that churches and other religious centers should always be places of peace and calm. That will never be. Churches, and all organizations, face a common, insurmountable problem. By definition, they are made up of people.

Posted in Acceptance, Christianity, Divine Love, Forgiveness, Trusting God, Unknown Future

Who Do You Trust?


The essential question about our spiritual journey is "Who do we Trust?" We can say we are trusting God, but our actions may show something else. The easiest trap is to believe that because we are "doing something for" God

Posted in Being and Doing, False Hopes, Trusting God

Childlike Trust


We have all seen the self-confident child running around and exploring everything there is to see. Then, sometimes, the child looks around and can’t find their parent or older sibling and a look of confusion or fear comes to their

Posted in Relax - He loves you, Trusting God

Perfexion


It is humbling to write a blog about letting God’s love fill your life.  The obvious question is “Who do you think you are to write on a subject like this?” It’s simple – I have to think, pray and

Posted in Divine Love, Relax - He loves you, Trusting God

The Pianist and the Child


A young mother took her child to a concert by a famous pianist. Near the end of the intermission, the child walked on stage, went to the piano bench and started “playing.” The embarrassed mother started toward the child, but the

Posted in Trusting God

Life’s Mystery – It’s Awesome


The Rush of Everyday Thoughts It is a typical Sunday night and the most routine of tasks. I move around the condo gathering all the trash for the morning pickup. I’ve done this uncounted times before. My mind is off

Posted in Trusting God, Unknown Future