I am a new creature

In Christ, I begin again. Old time is gone, no longer to be seen again. New time is present. I need only to attend to it, to attest to it. I am here and I am right now. I am a new creature. In Christ, I begin again. A stereotype is a repeated identity. God […]

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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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Except Me

3 Soon Daniel distinguished himself above all the other presidents and satraps because an excellent spirit was in him, and the king planned to appoint him over the whole kingdom. 4 So the presidents and the satraps tried to find grounds for complaint against Daniel in connection with the kingdom. But they could find no grounds for complaint […]

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(No) More of the Same

I am quite often confused as to some persons ability to say what the world will never be.  There is nothing special about these persons.  They share the same cities and states, same neighborhoods and communities, same elementary schools, colleges and universities, same degrees and jobs, same interests and hobbies.  They eat at the same restaurants, […]

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Passing Down a Race-less Faith

I am a new mother of an eight month old charming boy named John and as protective as they come.  No one is exempt from my scrutiny.  I even subjected my husband to a job interview of sorts before leaving them home alone for the first time.  “How many diapers have you changed?  How many […]

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