Monthly Archives: June 2012

gotta keep the taste …

Gotta keep the taste of victory in my mouth. Was thinking of David, the Psalmist, the king, the one whom God said was a man after His own heart. He was always talkin’ about the great things God had done … Continue reading

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always more to go …

A true competitor is always pressing further, be it athletics, mental disciplines, the arts. If they’re not competing against others, they ‘re always pressing to go further than they’ve ever gone before.They know there’s always more to go. I didn’t … Continue reading

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God keeps His promises …

Twice, in the last two days of my daily Bible reading in Psalms, has been the statement … the Lord keeps His promises. All I can say is that it’s talkin’ to me … it’s really loud … it’s singin’ … Continue reading

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waking up …

There’s nothin’ like waking up thankful! SAYING it, “thank You, thank You, thank You Lord”, it comes alive! Nothing like it in all the world! Leads me right into thanking Him more, praising Him more, exulting Him more, and then, … Continue reading

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hungry …

Sometimes when I haven’t eaten sweets for a while and I’m blessed with some scrupulously delicious dessert, instead of being “sweetly” satisfied, my sugar-seeking cells immediately start crying out for more. If I yield, a sugar binge could follow. Not … Continue reading

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freedom …

Yesterday I wrote that I don’t think much about my past. I’m very much in the now. But, later I saw an old photograph that brought up memories of a relationship evoking a sadness – sad that it  no longer … Continue reading

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faith in the blood …

2 things I asked the Lord to help me understand more deeply awhile back. What I KNEW about the Blood of Jesus and His Name seemed so superficial. The other day I was listening to someone minister. Almost in passing … Continue reading

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