Inspirational Category

Do Not Judge–Part II

There are times to “judge” meaning decide between, and times to trust, believe, and support people. When Jesus said “Do not judge, lest you be judged,” I think he meant to give people the benefit of the doubt when they’re going through hard times. Like my friend who, after a long time of effort, finally […]

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Rejection Issues–Healing Part II

On this website you can find the classic symptoms of rejection, or what is clinically known as Avoidant Personality Disorder. You can check those out here. When I was growing up, I had all the classic symptoms, shy, uncomfortable in new situations where I didn’t know anyone, hard time making friends, etc. One side effect […]

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Do Not Judge–Part I

In today’s world we have to make all kinds of judgments. We make decisions based upon these verdicts about the weather, about what to purchase, and even about people. The meanings of the word “judge” I’m looking at today are 1) to form an idea, opinion, or estimate about any matter, and 2) to criticize […]

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Extraordinary – What Makes It?

Webster’s – 1) not according to the usual custom or regular plan; 2) going far beyond the ordinary degree, measure, limit, very unusual, exceptional, remarkable; 3) outside the regular staff, sent on a special errand, having special authority or responsibility. I believe we are all created to be extraordinary. Some things came out of my […]

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Forgiveness is Key–Part II

I was recently at a writer’s conference with other Christian writers. I met one of the speakers for the first time, even though I’d emailed her before. She was pleasant to talk to and I felt a connection with her which I hope we can develop further. I attended her fiction-track session and it was […]

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Rejection Issues–Healing–Part I

Healing is a process. My healing has come in stages. As I go along, I’ll tell my story, in some detail, but not all. I believe I have received personal revelation from God Himself about myself before I was born. Healing comes in different ways. My healing came first from God, then people. When in […]

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Angels Unaware–or–Aware – Part I

Have you ever met an angel? What is an angel? The English word angel comes from the Greek ang´el-os, which means, messenger, or one who brings tidings. I’ll be telling a couple of angel stories today, one is my Mom’s encounter with an angel, one is mine. Both of our encounters are with angels who […]

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Eternal Moments of the Day–Nostalgia Time

Ten years ago today, my Mother died. Her earthly body died, but her spirit went straight to her Savior. She was 89 and a half. I’ll never forget that day. I can’t believe it’s been ten years. In some ways, it seems longer, because so much has happened since then. In others, it doesn’t seem […]

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Perspectives on Life and Death – Part II

Wow, am I remiss. How time flies and you don’t even know it. I’m amazed. I said I’d post Part II a week later. Now, it’s been a month. I promised to talk about our personal lives, what brings life and death to our dreams, visions for our life, and relationships. Death to Dreams I […]

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The Power of Story

Stories have been told as long as mankind has existed. What is it about stories that so compels us to want to read, hear, or watch them? Stories keep our attention, our interest, and help us learn. I once saw an interview with actor Michael York. Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) had hired him to play […]

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