Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Land of the Living

A wise man once said, “We are not in the land of the living going to the land of the dying.  We are in the land of the dying, trying to go to the land of the living.” As we … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th

Happy Friday the 13th Triskaidekaphobia is a big word with a simple meaning.  It is the morbid fear of the number 13.  It comes from the Greek words tris (three), kai (and), and deka (ten), thus the meaning 13; and … Continue reading

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The Hortatory Subjunctive

Surely the title of today’s blog will cause some to read the devotional just for curiosity sake.  My thoughts today actually are focused on the New Year and thinking about how to be better in the New Year.  So what … Continue reading

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Be Where Your Feet Are

Sometimes a statement that seems simple can carry a great message when you think about it.  “Be where your feet are” is a common saying of my favorite football coach.  Of course, in his world of football, it means to … Continue reading

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