Tag Archives: overwhelmed

as Jesus approached death … I can oh-so-relate

Since we all will face death of this temporary tent we live in at some point, it would seem we should look to the last 16 hours or so of Jesus life and see what we can learn as Jesus … Continue reading

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OVERWHELMED with praise for Almighty God tonite!

Tonight I am absolutely overwhelmed with thanksgiving and praise for Almighty God! A little over two and a half years ago I came out of anesthesia … after a colostomy surgery and the discovery of rampant colon cancer that was … Continue reading

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a loving God defying the odds

I encountered the following tweet over the weekend … @kenblout “If a father does not go to church, no matter how faithful his wife’s devotions, only one child in 50 will become a regular worshipper.” I found this statistic absolutely … Continue reading

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getting fit and ready for the journey

I am absolutely overwhelmed by the love of God … overwhelmed! Sitting here writing this post and watching Chris Tomlin perform ‘God’s Great Dance Floor’ at Red Rocks (a great DVD BTW) and thinking about what I am about to … Continue reading

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