Monthly Archives: May 2015

How We See Truth

How you react to new information is influenced by your prior beliefs. We have to have a way to process information, so we revert to what we know. It is from this point that we¬†begin to assimilate the new knowledge. … Continue reading

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Words of Grace and Mercy

It was a very intense conversation. The pain and bitterness could hardly be verbalized between the sobs and tears. There was an oppressive thickness in the air that would have been detected by any that might have wandered in the … Continue reading

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The Fleming Oak and Mother’s Day

In Texas, live oak trees are a special thing. Close to our home place, on the edge of the square in Comanche, TX, stands Fleming Oak. When we were “going home” and passed Fleming Oak, we were almost there. From … Continue reading

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Presence, The God Who is There

Fears are stilled, anxiety abated, and our very being validated by the text. God rearranged heaven, adjusted the Godhead, and transitioned from omnipresence to a manger because of his valuing us. Continue reading

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