Monthly Archives: February 2014

Walk Through

What is it about music that gets down deep into your soul? I heard a song on the radio tonight and the images that ran through my mind were powerful. God put a million, million doors in this world for … Continue reading

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You Are Mist

  The theme of spending your life returned in the First Reading from James 4 today when the writer asks. What is your life? and responds with “For you are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes.” … Continue reading

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Spending Life

I am unsure if it is because this month I have spent some time praying for sick relatives or that this topic has come up a number of times for me but I have been reflecting on how I have … Continue reading

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Sun Rises for All

  God’s giving is hard to comprehend some days. He makes the sun to rise on both evil and good people. The mercy of our God is unparallel and yet this is the marker for which to strive. Turn the … Continue reading

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Thaw

I am starting to get cabin fever a wee bit. I had no desire to drag myself out of the house today. I do not see a thaw in the near future and I am longing to get out and … Continue reading

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Prickly Question

  What good is it if you have faith but do not have works? This is the prickly question that is posed in today’s First Reading. As a Christian, are you ready to do good works to celebrate your faith? … Continue reading

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Monsters in Our Heads

  Most of us have these voices in our heads, whispering obnoxious lies: you are not good enough, you are not skinny enough, you are not smart enough, you cannot do it, you don’t have what it takes, you are … Continue reading

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