My Landscaper Beautifies My Life

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My sweet husband took note of the fact that my view out the kitchen window (while doing dishes) was a little bleak. I could see an old lamppost and a birdfeeder hanging on a clotheslines pole. I enjoyed watching the … Continued

A Conversation With God

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“What is a saint, Judy?” Well, it’s certainly not me, I thought, remembering my angry thoughts of the day before. Many years earlier, after an extensive word study on the word saint in the Bible, I had written a poem about … Continued

Let’s Walk for Spiritual Health

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“Come walk with me, my child.” The quiet whisper in my spirit led me to put on my shoes and open the door. But Lord, it’s raining. “So? Use your umbrella.” So I went, and delighted again in the majestic … Continued

Beauty of Creation Shows God’s Love

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Over the past two weeks, I’ve been impressed many times by the beauty of Creation. I believe this beauty shows God’s love for us. Below, you can see many photos of this: 1. Before we left on our trip, the tulips … Continued

Transformation

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God wants to forgive and transform his rebellious children. Following is the fourth and last part of the parable, “The Runaway,” which is segment # 7 of Rescued by Mercy by Judith Vander Wege) When Lu Ann visited her daughter in the treatment center three weeks later, … Continued

A Parable to help us feel what God feels. (Segment #4 of Rescued by Mercy)

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     In this series, I’ve been talking about being rescued by God’s mercy. Isaiah, the Evangelical Prophet, made it clear that God feels broken-hearted when his children rebel against him. To bring this home more clearly for us, I wrote a fictional … Continued

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