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Rend (ing)

  With the rending of the heart And bowing of the knee Lord You are returning. Come let us return to the Lord Come let us return to the Lord. In Brokeness of heart we consecrate our lives Come, come let us return to the Lord. With the rending of the heart, with the bowing … Continue reading

the hope of every man

the story of my friend Eddy.

Broken Records

Favorite record growing up:  Fox and the Hound.  Played a million times on our Fisher Price Record player, the story of two unlikely friends was brilliant. “Forbidden” or “Unlikely” friendship stories are the best because they cause us to hope and even count on friendships that are unlikely, uncomfortable, and full of surprises.  So back … Continue reading

Originally posted on rachaelrobeson:
Grace is 4 Thomas and I can’t believe we’ve been parents for 4 years.  So much has happened since we’ve had Grace and I think we are wondering what we did with all our time before she came! In honor of this momentous occasion, let me tell you the story about…

the small and wise

Taking a lesson from Wise King Solomon’s observations about hard work //  He must have know all of our excuses //    Four things on earth are small, yet they are extremely wise: ants – creatures of little strength, yet they store up their food in the summer; marmots – vulnerable as they are, manage … Continue reading

Jane Eyre and the Management of Forgiveness

So October 16, 1847, Missy Bronte published “Jane Eyre”. A lovely book, made into a lovely movie that I recently watched on Netflix. And was reminded about God’s threads of forgiveness. Yes, there may be a rap at the end of this post.

Burritos of JOY

A list of sorts. What is bringing me unexplainable JOY on this fine October morn.