Monthly Archives: June 2012

On Olympic commentary and getting out of the boat

[Disclaimer: I’m not a theologian. I’m just a Bible-reader.] This spring with God has been a time of waiting—a waiting I do not entirely understand, but in this lovingly enforced cloister my time with Him has grown and expanded as … Continue reading

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On symbolism and futility

Why “Digging for Myrrh”? Oh, the Bible. It is rife with symbolism. I think that’s one of the coolest things about our walk. When I first started reading the Word, I took it all very straightforwardly and literally…and then some … Continue reading

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On nudges and not having a clue

Wow. This is obedience. I don’t know what God is doing, but I am starting this blog thanks to a seriously solid nudge from Him. Yes, this will likely mostly be about faith; sometimes about love, nature, kitties and assorted … Continue reading

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