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    A pet peeve: the cup of java you buy is not full.  I think I paid for a full cup.  If you don’t want me to have as much coffee as is supposed to be in the cup, then make the cup smaller.  I should be able to know how much coffee I will...

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    Courage, the Gateway to Love

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    Tonight I was thinking about love, and how if you want to be a good lover at all, you have to have courage.  You have to have courage, because inevitably, in any relationship you have where you care about someone, something is going to happen where either you or the other falls and fails,...

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    An Author, an Email, and an Altar

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    My good friend Wendy told me  two month ago about a book I needed to read. It was Don Miller’s “A Million Miles in a Thousand Years.”  She thought I could use it.  And she also told me when she read it, it made her think about me.  “It’s you”, she said.  I thought,...

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    7 Minutes: Wanting and Waiting

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    “Moses thought that his own people would realize that God was using him to rescue them, but they did not.” Acts 7:25 Yesterday, while reading in Acts 7 about Stephen speaking to the Sanhedrin, I was impressed with Stephen’s summary about Moses’ life, and specifically with the reminder that if we truly live seeking...

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    I • Beginnings

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    When I was in elementary school, I was pretty anonymous, and quiet. For at least the first year of it, I was considered developmentally challenged- well, at least by my parents, until they realized I wasn’t simply stupid, but just blind. I don’t remember a whole lot from elementary school specifically. I showed up....

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    SOTD: “Emily” by Dave Koz

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    In honor of my niece. I am now at the point with this song that I can recognize it when I hear it, and it makes me think of her. Both it and she are beautiful.

    7 Minutes: The Loving Brother

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    “Both the one who makes people holy and those who are made holy are of the same family. So Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers and sisters.” Hebrews 2:11 Last week I wrote about a foray I took into the literature on my bookshelves related to shame.  The topic remains at the...

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