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Write It Down. Say It Out Loud

This post is a continuation in a series where I’m sharing what I’ve learned since I started writing out prayers from the Song of Solomon in my devotional time. While this is certainly not a new idea it is new to me and I’ve quite enjoyed the practice thus far. Engaging in this activity has been so fruitful because it
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Write It Down. Say It Out Loud.

I needed a pick me up in my prayer time because I noticed I wasn’t actually saying anything out loud and my mind would just wander until I was lost in Narnia or something. So I decided to engage myself by writing my prayers out and then reading them out loud. I had learned this through praying for others and
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Did Not Our Hearts Burn?

I recently was drawn again to the story in Luke 24 about the two men on the road to Emmaus. Admittedly I’ve always seemed to camp out at 32 and tried to insert myself into the story line trying to wonder what it would have been like for my┬áheart to burn like theirs did. I mean imagine taking a 2-3
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Express This

Ok, so I wrote this on Monday, but I was wanting to do the pictures better. Still getting used to the WordPress app. Hello Readers, I’m feeling happy today. Like kodak moment happy! Like Mr. Rogers happy! Like Ned niddly noodly doodly Flanders happy! Like Jon Rizzo singing “marriage wine” happy. I guess there are a few good circumstances that
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To Him Who Is Able

I’ve seriously neglected any writing momentum I had going on from earlier this year, but I’m pressing delete and I think I’m going to start making Monday afternoons my regular blogging time. My wife said something the other day that shook me and caused me to fall more in love with her. She said, “I love being convicted by the
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