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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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Water Circles

Drops strike and disappear Ripples spread Circle to circle to circle to circle to circle With each drop the pool spreads Its breadth Over sand and rock and tree and mountaintop It rises and covers And washes new The flower, … Continue reading

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Money-Man Dave Ramsey Sets His Followers Up For Failure

When you are a Christian with half a million Twitter followers, your tweets should be the product of careful consideration. Unfortunately I don’t think Dave Ramsey always does that, as this recent tweet shows: Fill the glass of your life … Continue reading

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The Simple Trick To Making Water Flow Uphill

Water always fills the lowest places first. The lower, the emptier a man lies before God, the speedier and the fuller the inflow of the divine glory will be. Andrew Murray, Humility (Quoted at Laura Martin’s Enough Light) Water Flows Downhill? … Continue reading

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Water – It’s Powerful Wet Stuff

When I saw this picture, I couldn’t help but think of the one-legged and large-footed Dufflepuds in C.S. Lewis’s Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The Dufflepuds (originally called Monopods) were none too bright, and when they first heard that people … Continue reading

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