God

Restart

Welcome to 2017. God gives us many special blessings. A particularly good one is the gift of restart, the grace to begin again. Here be opportunity to dream, do, be, become; a time to live and love anew, a time to embrace purpose, to get on with our work, to sow and harvest, to prosper …

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Caring

I always thought I cared about people. Then again, it’s easy to excuse myself: loving people (like me) busy with daily living might lack the necessary apparatus for expressing their care toward others. No matter, I plan to amend the situation somehow. Back then at the university, there was a guy ready always with a compliment for …

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A prayer for comfort

Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. May our God reach through the fog of sorrow and comfort all those who mourn. God is our refuge, our present help in time of need. We will not be moved, though the heavens fall and the earth be moved. The LORD is our refuge. …

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Always something left

There’s always something left, Something you have that God can work with. After all you hold is gone, when the wallet is light, and when the stores are empty, There will be a seed left, some little thing insignificant in your perception But enough for God to turn a miracle in your life.

We are Brands!

We are brands! Each of us unique but with the same quality seal, we can’t afford to be confused with others. I thought about this a while ago drawing an analogy from the world of marketing. A brand is a name, phrase, or image used to identify a product or service with at least one …

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God’s SLA: 99.999% Uptime?

SLA: A Service-Level Agreement is a part of a service contract where the level of service is formally defined. It can be used to refer to the contracted delivery time of the service or performance. (Wikipedia) God cannot fail. God can never fail. Never…NEVER? A tough one for the head.  I have mouthed it, nodded …

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