Teaching the Bible to your kids is a challenging undertaking. It's a wonderful command from God, but it is often tedious and demanding where some days you wonder if it's making any difference. Any of you parents who attempt family Bible time, which we all need to do*, know what's it like to think about throwing a cell phone (or two) into the yard, mummy duct-taping the 2 yr old so they'll stay still, (ours likes to make it "look at how cute I am time"), tranquilizing the yo
Ever thought this? I've been reading through 1 Samuel lately. I have been reading and re-reading chapter 15 where God commands Saul to completely destroy the Amalekites. Saul doesn't completely obey... [meaning he disobeyed], and Samuel informs him that God has rejected him as king over Israel. We met with a specialist on my type of cancer on Nov 10th, and while it is still possible I could have had this cancer for many years, it's more likely I've had this cancer for only
"May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if anything but death separates you and I." My fingers have been quiet these last 2 weeks. I've been working on enjoying the break in the chemo treatments. It's nice to feel a little better (besides some pain in my side that I try to ignore, hoping it's not the cancer growing back too quickly.) After meeting with a cancer specialist yesterday, and being reminded of the rarity, aggressiveness and lethal-nature of my form of canc
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