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Chaos, Social Justice, and Facing Fear in order to Seek God's Face

You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in You.  Isaiah 26:3 A warning in advance-in...

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

GIMA again...

Nearly two years ago, I wrote a blog/rant called GIMA. At the time I said....

"Rants are cathartic, and I believe they can be good for the soul IF:
a)they are directed at things, NOT at people,
b) you are able to let what frustrates you come up, come out, and then let it go, and
c) they’re occasional. Curmudgeons may enjoy a certain charm, but nobody wants to be around one all the time."

As I articulated then, the title came from Bobby McFerrin’s classic album Medicine Music, which was essentially the soundtrack for our wedding (Sweet in the Morning, Common Threads, the 23rd Psalm). I said it then and I'm saying it now....you should listen to it. In fact, you should listen to the entire album. It always makes me smile, and after my curmudgeon fit, I probably need to...

 At the time, I blamed the rant on my age. 
Looking back, Imma politely hafta disagree with myself. 
It's not my age. I am embracing it as a season.
...and I am only getting started. 

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Friday, December 9, 2016

Honoring God with our bodies; Meditations on Restoration -On Purpose

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Good morning, dear ones. Accept my humble apologies for my humanity and the resulting 
lack of diligence. I was consumed by my own circumstances and not faithful to my task. I 
accept responsibility for my lack, and I am back. I am living and acting on purpose, and that’s 
what we’re sharing today. 

When our children were little, they weren’t allowed to say “the devil made me do it.” They 
were taught that one of the gifts of life is free will, and that we choose. We carefully 
articulated that we are called to live our entire lives on purpose, making active 
choices, and sometimes facing the consequences thereof, for better or for worse. 

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