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Don’t Take it Personally (They don’t hate you. They hate Christ, in you)

The narrow gate is a road of suffering. It is also a faithful promise of great reward. The fact that we are not wanted here, in this world, to us should be living evidence that we belong to a different … Continue reading

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Snowflakes in My Coffee Cup

Snowflakes in my coffee cup the stillness in my heart fills up The clouds hang thick and branches sprawl the skyline dead in silver mist the chill creeps to the marrow of my frozen finger bones but my coffee cup, … Continue reading

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Tomorrow Alexander

sleep Soundly, Brave young boy i remember your face as a babe you’d cling to me like Life itself with tiny new fingers upon my face hasn’t life become so messy my son i sense you reach for solid light … Continue reading

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Gifts

If I had the chance to stand before God face-to-face, and say one thing to Him, I would thank Him for my children. I might not even get that far. I might just fall down and cry, not knowing exactly … Continue reading

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Children Are Like Seeds

Stable Ground Children are like seeds…they grow according to the soil in which they are planted. If the ground [I provide] is unstable, they become wild and uncertain . Like tumbleweed, always adrift; never quite able to form solid roots … Continue reading

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