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November 12, 2021

Imaged

In the earthy days of Jesus, money held a godly place among the people. Yet to recognize Him as their greatest wealth, they gave temporal occupants His throne. Coins, metal bits, spent to save, even as the Savior was among them to remove

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October 22, 2021

Small

A few days ago, I was running my route to tend our herd. Maybe having the top down filled me with a greater sense of adventure. Whatever the cause, I rerouted and took a different road. A few miles down, I happened upon a patch of land

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October 15, 2021

Everlasting

There is a time without hands. Its name? Everlasting. Within it, is a touch of ever present beauty that beckons the simple love that dwells within us. This time draws us to seasons of heart-aching wonder. Everlasting moments

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October 8, 2021

Held

Life upon a spinning globe can feel at times, a bit off axis. It’s not that the world is really so wonky, just that we haven’t quite taken hold of living in two places at once. David, whether staff steward or crown bearer, grasped

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October 1, 2021

Hems

A story dwells within my person’s family line, nay, a legend. An uncle, grafted by matrimony, brought tremendous testimony to the tier. His own heritage was held in Poland, until home held them hostage through an occupation that overran

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September 17, 2021

Leap

We have barely breached the border of 5782, yet entered a place of marvel and mystery. A leap year has come to call, not with a few extra days, but enough moments to make a month! Days drift and hearts wander and both need to

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September 10, 2021

Renew

Hebrew holy days are commemorations of history and the events that formed this story of His. They come to remind us that the story is ours also. The Hebrew word for holiday is mo’ed and means “rendezvous” or “an appointed

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September 3, 2021

Cast

For Rosh Hashanah - 5782 (September 6 - September 8, 2021) Clay was cast on this day, many twinkles and twilights ago. Darkness held the first day, just till light was let, like paint upon cavern’s canvas. There seemed no form

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April 16, 2021

Shade

My childhood was spent in the country, just at the bend of a cavity-filled gravel road and flanked by pastures and paddocks.  Front yards weren’t made to be manicured because acres were able to be roamed.  Fence posts and platte

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April 9, 2021

Days

A year vastly different can make things not so far away, feel distant.  A pandemic can cause promises to feel paused past pursuit.  Days which rub up against each other can bear the raw spot of all seeming the same and a “will

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April 4, 2021

Thicket

Abraham raised his eyes and looked, and there behind him was a ram caught in a thicket by his horns.  Abraham took the ram and offered it up as a burnt offering in place of his son. Genesis 22:13 As Abraham crossed

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March 26, 2021

Fray

Last night’s sunset was frayed, for each hue left trace of itself upon the next, like fragile fingers trying to take hold of what would come next. As its glow filled the sky beyond us and the space around us, I wondered, did the Israelites

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