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Fellow Sojourners

Sojourner means, “one who stays in a place as a stranger or visitor.” The word sojourner elicits our emotions. Perhaps, for you, it brings to mind adventure, exploring, and discovery. Traveling to new places and living there for a while to be immersed in another culture. Or, you may feel just the opposite. This word …

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Let Us Celebrate Christmas

The word for Christmas in Old English is Cristes Maesse, the Mass of Christ. This phrase was first found in a manuscript written in 1038 AD. A word closer to our word, Christmas, is Cristes-messe, found in an 1131 AD manuscript. In Dutch, the word Christmas is Kerstmis, in Latin, it is Dies Natalis, and from Latin comes the French Noël. In …

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God’s Still Crazy About You

A little boy is telling his grandma how “everything” is going wrong.  School, family problems, bullies, and so forth. Meanwhile, Grandma is baking a cake. She asks her grandson if he would like a snack, which of course he does. “Here, have some cooking oil.” “Yuck!” says the boy. “How about a couple of raw …

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Enjoyable and Pleasant

“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17 Thanksgiving to God, helps to make us agreeable (enjoyable and pleasant) to all men (and women). – Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary Image by Sajjad Saju from Pixabay 

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Take Me Back

I heard an interesting perspective about Peter and some other apostles at the Sea of Galilee after Jesus arose from His grave. We remember that all the apostles were scattered when the Pharisees apprehended Jesus under duress. Well, the apostle John didn’t scatter, but the rest did. Peter’s was the worst, for he watched the …

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a bubble floating in the air


Okay, I have a confession to make. When I was a young boy, I liked bubble baths. I know, from birth, I should have been hard as nails, but when I was five, maybe even six, I loved playing in a bubble bath. Whew. Now that that’s off my chest, let’s continue. When I played …

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Hey Chris, Come on Down

I read (skimmed) an article in a magazine that my wife receives – she still likes paper. The human-interest story was about a kid that would climb up the tree in his front yard to watch a road construction crew building a road near his home. This was back when all the work was done …

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Two men hugging at church, greeting

Today is Hug a Christian Day!

Greet one another with a holy kiss. – 2 Corinthians 13:12 I did a Google search and didn’t find a day set aside to hug a Christian, so I decided to create one. Each year, on September 27th, is “my official” hug a Christian day. You may ask, “Why do we need a special day …

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Military draft in New York in 1917

Soul Obligation

My Military Draft Registration I’m old enough that I was eligible when America still has the military draft. Whether I wanted to or not, I had an obligation to my country to register for the draft – the pool of men from which the draft board selected candidates for military service. Our draft board had …

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