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Sunday, March 26, 2017

I have just started reading Exodus and have come to the account of the conversation between Moses and God about going to Egypt to demand the freedom of the Hebrew people.
Moses' shepherding staff caught my eye and I made a note of it in my notes journal. It almost becomes its own character as the story unfolds and it got me thinking that it must symbolize something fundamental, like Jesus or the Holy Spirit. ...continue reading "The Staff of Moses-Dynamic Post"

In October, my husband and I went "back to church". We started attending a new church, Rocky Mountain Calvary, which had been introduced to us through friends years ago.

I am now in a women's bible study which is studying the names of God, using Kay Author's book, Lord, I Want to Know You.

Today's reading was on the Name Elohim. God is the God of gods; and God is Creator. ...continue reading "Elohim, God of creators"

After my blog season in Lent, work became really busy and I let it take over my time. Here are some highlights. Hopefully I'll be able to circle around and take a closer look at some of these events in future posts: ...continue reading "Summer Update montage"

I'm awake in the middle of night. Sadly, this isn't exactly a rare occurrence.

Also not rare, I can't get back to sleep because I'm angry about something and I am ranting about it in my head over and over and over.
I have had this problem my whole adult life.

...continue reading "Grains of Sand (from April 1)"

Over the last year or so, I've been working my way back through the Chronicles of Narnia. I just finished A Horse and His Boy today, so I have been thinking abut providence, which is supposed to be the primary theme of the story.

I am ambivalent about providence. ...continue reading "Providence- A Horse and His Boy"

Day Two in NYC

While I continued to feel like Fifel the country mouse while in the big city, there was enough going on with my work project, that it helped me to focus on taking care of business.

Once business was concluded, I put on my bravest face and went wondering around midtown. I walked up fifth avenue and even tried some tourist shopping- but that's just not that fun for me. ...continue reading "Lent 2016: March 24, Day 44- NYC, Day 2"

I've been up and going for 21 hours, so I can't do it justice tonight, but I wanted to get this placeholder down- so I would remember to come back and reflect on the fantastic Broadway play I saw tonight, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, based on the book I liked so much 10+ years ago.