Another Lesson from the Tabernacle

May 04

Another Lesson from the Tabernacle

Recently I was reading through Exodus again, noting God’s specific instructions to Israel regarding the Tabernacle–the place where God would dwell with them. Throughout my readings of Exodus, I’ve gleaned many meaningful insights as to the specifics, but this time as I read, I saw three nuances of the big picture I hadn’t before...

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A Sunday Psalm

May 03

A Sunday Psalm

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The Blessing of our Sunday Walks

Apr 27

The Blessing of our Sunday Walks

Several years ago, when my husband was trying to lose weight (he eventually lost 50 lbs!), he began working out. When Sunday rolled around, he didn’t want to take the day completely off, but he didn’t want to go to the gym or do a hard workout, either. So he started taking a walk around our neighborhood on Sunday mornings–and he asked me to go with...

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A Sunday Psalm

Apr 26

A Sunday Psalm

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G.K. Chesterton Quote

Apr 23

G.K. Chesterton Quote

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When I Have Nothing to Say

Apr 20

When I Have Nothing to Say

In today’s world we are constantly being asked to say something. In conversation. On social media. Through our work. And yet how many times have we heard or read something and cringed in embarrassment for the speaker, knowing that they will regret having said something before thinking it through.   And so I find myself quiet lately, having nothing...

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A Sunday Psalm

Apr 19

A Sunday Psalm

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