Attributes of God Archive

Unraveling sin, one thread at a time

Easter week, Psalm 41: The anger could not be avoided. It was open for all to see and hear, as tables were turned and irate voices followed. “Impossible. Embarrassing.
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Giving the Unexpected at Christmas: Reflections on a Lavish Giver

This is the first year I have taken full advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday for Christmas shopping. Sitting in the comfort of my home, saving up to
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He is With us!

Day 40 of Lent, Psalm 46: God wants to be with us? That feels a little strange. Why would God want to be with us? When someone we love or
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The Silence in the Waiting

Day 39 of Lent, Psalm 45:  “It is finished.”  Jesus breathes His last breath. The earth mourns and groans with a quake and the splitting of stones. The curtain
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Favored, not Forsaken

Day 38 of Lent, Psalm 44: There are times that feel dry, lonely and empty. There may be nothing really ”wrong.” We may have family, school to finish, work
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Trapped in misunderstanding

Day 37 of Lent, Psalm 43: Have you ever been falsely accused? Kids point their finger at their sibling, while their sibling points right back and says, “I did
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The pain and hope in rejection

Day 36 of Lent, Psalm 42: Have you ever experienced rejection? I imagine you have. It is one thing, when the rejection is from an acquaintance or someone you
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The Great Rescue from the pit

Day 34 of Lent, Psalm 40: When my oldest son was 3, we had a run in with a rattlesnake. Even though it was almost 15 years ago, I
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Making the most of my days: investing or spending them?

Day 33 of Lent, Psalm 39: Some days seem too short. There isn’t enough time to get the things done that I want to get done.  Unexpected interruptions and
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Hope is a noun. How can I can possess it when things feel hopeless?

Day 32 of Lent, Psalm 38: The unusual ice and cold temperatures left me a little discouraged this winter; not because I don’t like the cold, but I like
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