Tag Archives: Jesus’ yoke

When Burdens Finally Yield

Detectives in mystery novels carry quite a burden. They not only have to solve a mystery but must also overcome sometimes violent resistance and hope no one, including them, gets killed before the mystery is solved. It takes resolve, courage, … Continue reading

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Casting My Cares on Jesus? Why Worry Still Overtakes Me

My psychology teacher at community college said that dreams are the mind’s way of dealing with things you didn’t finish thinking about when you were awake. I thought of his teaching on dreams when I read this: A dream comes … Continue reading

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The Lie of the Heavy Yoke: the idolization of husbands through the corruption of God’s character

When you think of Christianity and the metaphor of the yoke, is this the imagery that first comes to mind? A woman married to a Command Man wears a heavier yoke than most women, but it can be a very … Continue reading

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David Bowie – awkward swagger speaks to my soul

Put on your red shoes and dance the blues. David Bowie, Let’s Dance (1983) David Bowie (1947-2016) found cool in every iteration.┬áHis sense of┬ástyle changed repeatedly over the years, but whatever was in style at the time he either helped … Continue reading

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