Category Archives: Holidays

His Will. My Will.

My lips so often say, “Lord, Your will be done.” It is my heart, however, that rebels and screams, “My will. My time. My plan.” I struggle to synchronize my lips and my heart. I know what I should want … Continue reading

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A Divine Connection

Her breath is rapid and raspy. She is desperately trying to maintain calm and control, but when she reaches up to brush her finger against the child’s cheek, she notices that her hands are trembling. She touches him anyway, just … Continue reading

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The Progression of Christmas

    When I was a young child, Christmas was magic. It was twinkling lights, waiting for sleep that wouldn’t come, listening for the footsteps of Santa. Christmas was Rudolph, Frosty, the Grinch. It was a look of longing, brought … Continue reading

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