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The Old Testament reading in church today was about King David’s sins: murder and adultery. In 2 Samuel 11:26-12:10, 13-15 we read about how David had killed a man named Uriah because he wanted Uriah’s wife for himself. The thing … Continue reading
For the last three years I have been listening to the late Dr. McGee on Thru the Bible (ttb.org). Dr. McGee leads folks on what he calls the “Bible bus,” a five-year ride that journeys through every verse of scripture, … Continue reading
My 17th wedding anniversary came and went without the person I’ve spent the last 17 years married to. Yet again, our family has taken a blow from the Army, and in a place that just might hurt the most: the … Continue reading
I’m tired, sweaty and cranky. This week has been crazy; I’ve been getting up early, working on my feet for hours, and enduring high heat and humidity with no central air in my Korean home (it doesn’t exist) and no … Continue reading
A few years ago I did a stupid thing. I learned from my huge mistake, and in the process was drawn closer to God, but at the same time I lost one of my two best friends.
This week I’d like to take a short break from our study of Proverbs to highlight a new series on my photography site, Stages Photography, called Within Walking Distance. Through this series I hope to illustrate God’s creation, which surrounds … Continue reading
The other day Liam, my 11 year-old son, told me, “Mom, I don’t like my school. I want you to home school me.” “Why?” I asked. “Because the kids always cuss and talk about inappropriate things.”
There are a few verses that stand out for me in the next chapter of Proverbs: chapter 12. They deal with handling money, the selection of our friends and the discipline of our children. Pretty tumultuous topics, aren’t they? These … Continue reading
I decided to select the following proverb from our next chapter, chapter 12, for my post this week. If I had to select one proverb that rings the truest in my life, this one might be it.