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The Struggle – Marilyn’s Story

“Struggling to rest” is a paradox. Yet that paradox unlocks the door marked EXIT when we’re searching for the way out . . . when we’ve come to the end of our resources. Learning is always a process of experience and there were many times when I thought I could never learn the art of Continue Reading…

You Know, But Most Do Not Know

You’ve heard it said, "What you don’t know won’t hurt you." Wrong. In Christianity, what you don’t know will destroy you! You and I are but two voices among others who have been raised up to equip Believers by teaching them the truths of our identity in Christ. I thought it might be edifying to Continue Reading…

Whatever You Do…

Tom works for a trucking company and is responsible for local sales. He hits the road early every morning, dutifully calls on his clients, fills out his reports on time, gets along with most of his co-workers, and performs admirably for his company. Tom is paid well for his work and enjoys some nice "perks" Continue Reading…

The Full Fruit of Anger — Ripe

When does love die? When does a broken friendship become irreparable? When does a wife say, "My husband has killed all the love I ever had for him"? When does a son leave home and never come back because "there’s just no love there anymore"? When does a husband give up trying to please his Continue Reading…

Gray Isn’t Black and White

Tom Grady and I have many things in common, but one bond is especially near and dear…our Volkswagen Bugs. The first time I met Tom he picked me up at the Windy Hill depot in North Atlanta driving a white hardtop Beetle. We were sporting ties, slacks, and brief cases– all the trappings common to Continue Reading…

Our Message

It’s been years ago now, but I could still pick her face out of a crowd. She was a pretty lady with frosty blond hair, sharp features, and green eyes. I envisioned her as having a pretty smile, which proved to be the case some months later when she smiled for the first time. Her Continue Reading…

On Walls

Mason turns thirty-one on February 21 this year. He’s finally joined the over-the-hill gang, that crossing of the mysterious line separating the whippersnappers from the hoary-headed (whatever a whippersnapper is). What a fine man he must be by now. I say "must be" because I haven’t seen him since 1972. Mace was twelve when he Continue Reading…

War of the Periwinkles

I wish you could have seen my garden this year. I didn’t plant anything exotic (just tomatoes and periwinkles), but the plot was something to see. This stretch of ground I call a garden is located between my carport and the sidewalk from the gate to my front door. I haven’t determined just how much Continue Reading…

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