Archive for March, 2015

What Are You Standing In?

The song, Praise the Lord, says it all, and says it much better than I could:

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Got Cats?

Cat and dog lovers alike will enjoy this little story. It’s mostly true, too. Except, the cat doesn’t talk, and didn’t tell the story. Enjoy!cat hoodie Read the rest of this entry »

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These Are the Days

Those were the days my friend, we thought they’d never end. We’d sing and dance forever and a day. Many of What will the chorus beus—both young and old—can relate to the chorus of the song above, Those Were the Days, My Friend. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wherever You Are

We lived in a little out-of-the-way place on Lake Travis called Spicewood Beach forwherever you are almost ten years, and though some days were awesome (the majority of them), some were better than others, some were not so good, and some were pretty bad, it was a season of my life worth remembering. The good times with friends were great, the battles with enemies were fierce, and, truth be known, we got outta there just in time. Read the rest of this entry »

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Worlds Apart

We all have emotions and, too often, we try to keep them hidden from others. When we do that, we are, in worlds aparteffect, focusing on the cause of those negative emotions and allowing the situation to cause us harm. The good news is, this can be true of good feelings as well as bad. Read the rest of this entry »

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I’m Not Sad, but…

This is a melancholy sort of poem, but just so y’all know, I’m not sad. In fact, I am very much at times agopeace and I have great hope for the future. I do, however, often look longingly at the way things used to be. I think we all tend to do that. It’s spring. Be happy. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Devil Couldn’t Hold Him

A friend of mine tells me he went so far into the darkness he thought he’d never see the darknesslight again. But he did, and his escape was nothing short of a miracle. He still struggles with the desires and addictions of his past, and I’ve assured him he’s not alone in that aspect. No matter how far removed from our sordid past we might be, the old things and Satan will continue the fight to get us back. Read the rest of this entry »

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