Monthly Archives: June 2020

Receiving and Believing

In a number of instances, Jesus tells His disciples that, in terms of the power of their praying, it has something to do with the quality of their believing, such as in if you have faith as small as a mustard … Continue reading

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Always naked

June 9 is St. Columba’s Day, remembering the 6th century Irish Monk who, like Patrick of Ireland a century before him, is largely credited with bringing an entire region to Christ. Columba accepted what was called “white martyrdom” (“red” involving … Continue reading

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Capturing Tears

As someone who grew up with lots of internal pain, and lots of tears, I’ve always been fascinated by this concept: put my tears in your bottle:  These words are addressed to God by David in Psalm 56:8, written about when … Continue reading

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