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New Wine and Old Skins

“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” “He’s old and stuck in his ways.” “She’s never going to change.” There is an ingrained, all-too-often-proved-true, prejudice that when we get older we can’t, or won’t, change any more. This is

Merry Christmas!

Dear God Seeker, we made it, today is Christmas, the long awaited day has arrived to celebrate Jesus Christ’s birthday. You may have been busy Christmas shopping, cooking, working or traveling to see family or friends this year, but in

Do You Need to Climb Out of the Pits of Depression?

Last night I fell into a dark hole, a pit of depression. I didn’t see it coming. This bad mood came out of nowhere and pulled me down into a dark discouragement. Have you ever felt this way? Yesterday was

It’s Fourth Of July, Let’s Think About This Thing!

It’s time to watch fireworks displays, sing patriotic songs, and ruminate about our country’s rich heritage and history. It’s time to celebrate America’s national birthday. As we do so, we should recognize that millions of our ancestors, by their creative

A Baby Changes things..

A baby changes everything. When our first was on his way, someone gave us a card that said on the front page, “Congratulations!” It had the picture of the cutest baby you would ever see until ours was born. But

God’s Message to Jesus… and You!

Fresh starts and new beginnings are important to us. We try to make a good first impression. When we begin a new job, initiate a new project, or kick-off a new school year, we want to get off to a

Holy Land jewelry

Holy Land jewelry It is not essential to wait for a special occasion, like a birthday, an engagements party or a holyday, to give someone a present. You can give from your heart without looking for a special opportunity or

The Encouragement Box

The Encouragement Box Every year, buying Christmas presents is one of those tasks I put off. I’m not one of those people who can go shopping in a department store in July and think, “My sister would love this for…Christmas!”

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