Nobody’s Perfect

There are so many of us who are striving for perfection.  We want to be the best, be on top, be number one, be the fan or family favorite.  No matter our position, we are all hoping that we are better– better than we were yesterday, better than our parents were to us, better than history […]

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Proving Love

Love is believed to be the most overused word in our vocabulary. We love to say it. We love how it makes us feel. We want to be in the presence of love, to feel loved, to receive love. We want things to love and people to love us. Thinking that this love cannot hurt […]

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A Race-less Meditation

Our world relies mostly on the external for interpretation, meaning and understanding.  We know what we see and we believe it when we see it.  We judge a person based on appearance; we look them over and surmise that we have them all figured out when all we have done is ascribe to them the […]

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This is how race loves us

If we love persons according to race, if our love is racially prescribed and motivated, a love that is demonstrated according to the social coloring of skin, then we do not love as God loves.  We do not love with the love of Christ.  I would go so far as to say that we do […]

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Filling in the cracks

“For this reason I bow my knees before the Father, from whom every family in heaven and on earth takes its name.  I pray that, according to the riches of his glory, he may grant that you may be strengthened in your inner being with power through his Spirit and that Christ may dwell in […]

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