Tag Archives: Lent

Jesus Did His Homework

Sleep.  That glorious, peaceful prelude to what is next.  Sleep.  Eight hours or less of nothing less than the bliss that escaped you during your waking hours.  Sleep.  It’s the Godly designated time when the unconscious gets to have its … Continue reading

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Lent: Transformation Not Change

Welcome to another Lent, the season that’s all about weighing the lives we lead.  During our evaluation of weighing ourselves, please remember that Lent is totally about transformation. I really don’t believe that people “change.”  We’re pretty much made by … Continue reading

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Advent’s Inventory

Every grocery and department store knows exactly how much they have on display, in the back or awaiting arrival.  “A dollar is a dollar” and that hula hoop just doesn’t seem to be selling any longer. Advent is about collecting … Continue reading

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Advent & Lent

The two most important Church seasons, both preparing us for two important events in Church history – the birth of Jesus and his resurrection. You don’t just stumble into glorious events in life.  There’s a preparation period or a period … Continue reading

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The unMiracle of Faith

I pity the victims of a miracle.  (Please note the noun, “victim.”)  Their Sundays mornings are now freed from the burden of Sunday worship.  They can jump immediately to the donuts and coffee without the worship.  The rest of us … Continue reading

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Lent & Earworm

I just learned a new word for an old experience.  It’s been happening to me since who knows when and I didn’t know that it had a name. Earworm.  98% of us experience earworm.  Women and men experience the phenomenon … Continue reading

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