Monthly Archives: April 2015

God’s Unexpected Gift: A Layman’s Admission

I had it wrong. I have had a relationship with God since 1998; you do the math.  I am 63.  I was born in a church-going family so I was a “religious” person for many years before 1998.  Since 1998 … Continue reading

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Charismata

This word denotes any good gift that flows from God’s love to humans. The word can also mean any of the spiritual graces and qualifications granted to every Christian to perform his or her task in the Church. In the … Continue reading

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When We Give to Others….

Dr. Chapman states that “When we give to others, we reflect His love.” Yesterday I posted about R.G. LeTourneau, one of most giving people I have ever heard about. What about America as a country? Do we give to others? … Continue reading

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I Can’t Get Him Out of My Mind

Dr. Chapman starts Chapter 4 with the story of R.G. Le Tourneau.  I “googled” this guy.  He is real.  He was a man of little education but a man who used his brains and his faith to move mountains…literally. What … Continue reading

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Receiving Gifts

Chapter 4 in God Speaks Your Love Language is about the love language of gifts. Just pause a moment and think about it. Do you like receiving a present? Do you like receiving a surprise present? Not everyone does. I … Continue reading

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“The Holy Spirit is the Lord of our Time”

Years ago when I was right in the middle of my career, I read a book called Finding God on the A Train.  I borrow the phrase in the title from the author Rick Hamlin. The book is about one … Continue reading

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