Day 7, Saturday — Waiting, Watching, in Wonder

Read Psalm 90 and 130 There is joy after tears when tears are humble. May all your tears flow from a humble heart. A Morning Prayer of Lament Taking Psalm 90 Personally 6205 days left. Six thousand two hundred days left. Six-thousand-two-hundred-days left. I can’t stretch them. Only You know if they or more are … More Day 7, Saturday — Waiting, Watching, in Wonder

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What to Remember When Your Love and Care Aren’t “Enough”

Reading with the Pastor Luke 13  and  Psalm 90 Verses 18-21 grabbed my attention from today’s reading. The Mustard Seed and the Leaven 18 He said therefore, “What is the kingdom of God like? And to what shall I compare it? 19 It is like a grain of mustard seed that a man took and sowed in his garden, and it grew … More What to Remember When Your Love and Care Aren’t “Enough”

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My Parents are Gone

There is so much I wish . . . I have a picture of mom and dad from the weekend in June when I had the privilege of “officiating” at the renewing of their marriage vows on their 50th anniversary. Two months later Dad entered eternity. And five years later, mom joined him. In the … More My Parents are Gone

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Numbering Days with the Bonhoeffer Family

Sunday Musings I have been slowly working my way through Eric Metaxes’ biography on Dietrich Bonhoeffer. It is well written, even if it lacks the documentation and footnotes that some would like. (Maybe Metaxas and the publisher will add that to later additions.) I am up to 1937 and the Nazi’s are beginning to get … More Numbering Days with the Bonhoeffer Family

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