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Do You Allow Others To Care For You?

07/02/2015

When a friend asks, “How may I help you during this difficult time?”  Do you respond, “Oh thanks, but I am doing just fine.” There are times when we need to be generous receivers of care. Janet recalls a time that she was seeing a counselor when things were tough in her marriage.  She says, “One […]

The Story of Saint Valentine

02/14/2015

The Story of Saint Valentine “The story of Valentine’s Day begins in the third century with an oppressive Roman emperor and a humble Christian Martyr.   The emperor was Claudius II.   The Christian was Valentinus. Claudius had ordered all Romans to worship twelve gods, and had made it a crime punishable by death to […]

The Best Type of Valentine’s Card

02/02/2017

Start now and create the best kind of Valentine’s card for your spouse or friend. Here is how: Purchase a beautiful card which is blank inside, or just use whatever paper is available.  Believe me, it isn’t the paper that is important here.  It’s the handwritten message. Consider the questions: Why do you love your spouse (or other special […]

Look At The Heart

09/08/2015

“When God measures a person, God puts the tape around the heart instead of the head.” – Author Unknown

President Lincoln had the wonderful ability to laugh at himself, especially his own physical appearance. When Senator Stephen Douglas once called him a “two-faced man,” Lincoln responded, “I leave it to my audience. If I had another face, do you think I would wear this one?”

A Healthy Riddle

04/17/2016

What can you give someone that is organic, naturally sweet, no pesticides, non-fattening, no preservatives and 100% wholesome? It is also free and the supply is endless, and it lowers blood pressure and reduces stress, which cuts the risk of heart disease. I am wondering… can you solve this riddle? Oh by the way it […]

The ABC’s of Love

03/23/2016

Today’s wisdom is from God: “God so loved the world that he gave us Jesus,” and Jesus shows us in his life, death and resurrection: how to love God and all of our neighbors. In Jesus, God says to each one of us: A -I ACCEPT you as you are. B – I BELIEVE you […]

My Empty Dining Room Table

02/09/2017

“What characteristics of your wife do you miss the most?” That was the question I asked Bob whose wife of 47 years had died thirteen months earlier. Immediately he said, “Ruth had the gift of hospitality.  So our dining room table was often filled with friends and family, with laughter, stories and good food. Now […]