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As a kid I was fascinated by Chameleons, the small lizards that are able to change their coloration to match their surroundings. They are very adaptable, they fit into their context perfectly. Uh oh, I feel a Geico commercial coming … Continue reading
(Beautiful Outlaw, 76) “Creation sometimes screams a confusing message—fear, pain, grief. Fire burns, rivers flood, winds go hurricane, the earth shudders so hard it levels cities. But you must remember—this was not so in Eden. Mankind fell, surrendering this earth … Continue reading
12/30/ 2011 I AM The most essential gift you have to give is yourself. When you aren’t entirely true about that, you aren’t true. But we’ve all grown accustomed to committing dozens of little white lies about ourselves every day. … Continue reading
Yep, another Ransomed Heart Daily Reading, recycled by this environmentally friendly blogger, 12/30/ 2011 KINGDOM FEROCITY As Jesus steps out from behind those thirty years of almost total obscurity into the task set before him, both men and demons … Continue reading
I had lunch recently with a good friend that I hadn’t seen in a few months. He and his family are burned-out on church, deeply wounded by all of crap that goes on in the name of Christianity. Of Church. … Continue reading