Tag: Mark

Slipping Away from Me

Slipping Away from Me

Albert Schweitzer wrote, “The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives.”   There are things - eternal things - that are significantly more important than the immediate context of today. A part of you is eternal, formed by and in the very image of an eternal creator.   Won't you, … Continue reading Slipping Away from Me

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Seeing the Invisible Qualities of God

Seeing the Invisible Qualities of God

"Do you still not see or understand?  Do you have such hard hearts?  Having eyes do you not see?" ~Jesus questioning his disciples (Mark 8:17-18) Why are things so often hiding in plain sight?  Looking for those car keys? or your wallet?  I bet they're right under your nose...sitting right there on the table by … Continue reading Seeing the Invisible Qualities of God

Faith is not Blind

Faith is not Blind

I am a free thinker. I am a Christian. Both. One can, surprisingly, be both. I’ve been told recently that blind faith “must be nice.” It’s not! My faith isn’t blind. It’s tested and tried, each and every day. If you have a God that requires your faith to be blind, I’d say that’s a … Continue reading Faith is not Blind