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The Power of Prayer

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly,” John 10:10. Of this I believe; of this I have seen. I have seen the way the enemy is…

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She Pondered

What does it mean to ponder? I seem to be doing a great deal of pondering lately. Situations, experiences, people, events and stirrings in my heart which I continue to keep in my heart and add to the well of…

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“I am waiting like the desert for Your rain; I am bracing like the shoreline for Your waves, Your calming waves; When You move, I can’t recover; I get wrecked when I rediscover more. When You speak, I see new…

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A Slow Love Story

As I have come to understand, everything about God works slowly. His promptings are quiet, His movements are precise and my journey into the heart of Christ, in looking back, has been moving at a snail’s pace. In today’s whirlwind…

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In the School of the Bridegroom

“Our couch is green; the beams of our house are cedar, our rafters are pine.” Song of Songs 1:17 What a curious Scripture to come to my heart as I gazed upon the crucifix above the tabernacle after daily Mass.…

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Companions for the Journey

Growing up as a child in a family who did not practice any sort of organized religion, I have come to know and understand many things of Christ only through the eyes of an adult. This has had both positive…

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But God…

He is all things to all people. Imagine that, if you can. I don’t know if I can imagine being all things to all people. Frankly, it sounds exhausting! I can barely be wife, mom, daughter, worker, domestic engineer, driver,…

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The Invitation

I have lately been contemplating this concept of invitation. When I think back to my childhood… a childhood which was without any formal religion, any sort of prayer life or any familial teachings in the way of Christ, I am…

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Our Lady – Mary, Mystical Rose

I have always had an affinity for flowers. Any flowers… tulips, daisies, pansies, all are my favorites. I enjoy buying them, giving them, receiving them, planting them in my yard and having them in my home. I love the fragrance…

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The Grace of Forgiveness

Made in the image and likeness of God is a phrase which is thrown around quite casually in Christian circles these days. If we are truly made in His likeness, then it would suffice to say that we are “like…

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