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Restful Waters

The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want. Fresh and green or the pastures where I am given repose, near restful waters I am led. I thank you, Beloved for earth, sea, forest, and sky.  Holy is … Continue reading

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Jesus, Remember Us

Crosses….we carry them, we nail others to them, we fear them, we want to exchange them.  Good Friday is a reminder about many things but for me, this year, I am thinking deeply about crosses, death and resurrection.  Today, in … Continue reading

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Tree By Waters

Blessed are those who trust in God, says Jeremiah 17, because they will be like a tree planted by water, sending out its roots by the stream. The leaves will remain green and even in a year of drought, it … Continue reading

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Facing Death

I had been talking with a friend via Skype when I realized he was right… again. I had mentioned to him that when I was working I would use the holiday week between Christmas and New Year’s to hunker down … Continue reading

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Jesus, Remember Me, Please

The story of the crucified thieves at the cross is a hard lesson. We can be both those individuals at times, begging Christ’s forgiveness for our sins or being arrogant about who we are in light of his gracious mercy. … Continue reading

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Dear every cancer patient I ever took care of, I’m sorry. I didn’t get it.

Originally posted on Here Comes the Sun:
Dear every cancer patient I ever took care of, I’m sorry. I didn’t get it. This thought has been weighing heavy on my heart since my diagnosis. I’ve worked in oncology nearly my…

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Hard Pressed

The First Reading today is a hard one to hear and comprehend and yet I am exactly there–hard pressed, as Paul says in Philippians 1: For to me, living is Christ and dying is gain. If I am to live … Continue reading

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