Monthly Archives: May 2016

As We Forgive Those Who Trespass Against Us

I stared at the computer screen. According to Facebook, my eighth grade teacher, Sister Ann (not her real name), had died at the age of 99. Former students posted about what a wonderful teacher she had been, what a sweet … Continue reading

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May Lightning Strike Me If I’m Lying!

Don’t you hate it when you’re telling the truth and nobody will believe you? Like one time when I was a teen. I happened to step onto our porch during a terrific rainstorm, and a bolt of lightning hit the … Continue reading

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Contrary to Fact

Once when I was a teen, my brother made the incredible statement that some brands of milk are superior. He could, he claimed, tell the difference between one company’s product and another’s. I asked him, “So, if I poured you … Continue reading

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The Two Most Sacred Places in the World

Goodness, how God loves women! God loves women so much, I’m tempted to say He’s unfair to men. What is God’s greatest work of creation? It’s not stars and planets. It’s not plants or animals. It’s sentient beings with immortal … Continue reading

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