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Was She Christ?

By Sonny Marks It happened at a gas station, and again at another gas station. The first time was in December, early evening, on my

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A Living Parable

by Theresa Newell The kingdom of heaven is like an elderly woman who, being hospitalized, found out she has a health condition that will prevent

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Sofa

by Josh Huber Abandon control all who enter here. So advises the writer. We want to brush against the hem of the Lord, she adds. 

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In New Light

By: Emily Meeks The darkness is the backdrop through the blinds, but this morning I have a feeling — the light is going to be

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And, lo,

by Josh Huber And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the

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Child of God

by Theresa Newell Sometimes we encounter a person vulnerable enough to share graces they have received. A grace for one becomes a grace for all.

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The Prayer of David

Then King David went in and sat before the Lord, and said, “Who am I, O Lord God, and what is my house, that you

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Raining Affirmations

By: Emily Meeks All week long the rain came down – puddles gathered by the river, droplets splattered boots and strips of gray clouds hovered

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Reminder

Reminder, by Josh Huber You know the soul–deep core where the self’s  water wells up : what matters most : rock  that cannot be moved

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