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Posts tagged ‘Following’

Walking on the Edge

This is “Delicate Arch” in Arches National Park. And this is the story of why I did not take this photo.
This is what the hike looked like from near the trailhead:

Brian and I were informed that this was a moderately strenuous hike with only 850’ in elevation change. Since we’re healthy, and we got an early start, we were continue here

Who is Walking Whom?

We say we want to follow God. We say we want him to lead us, but do we really?

I think we think we do. However, continue here

I Disagree…

In just a moment I’m going to say something, and some of you will disagree with me. How will you respond?

As best I can tell these days, there are pretty much three continue here

 Training Trumps Teaching

In every interaction, in every conversation, in every social media post or like, someone is training someone.

Who is training you? What are they training you to do or think? How are they training you to behave? And in what ways are you training other people?

This is a huge continue here

Refreshed!

It never ceases to amaze me how the Lord God works things out for our good and for his glory.

Take for example this past weekend: several months ago a friend in Sicily contacted me and asked if continue here

Seeing Clearly

blog242pic1We all know the ending to the Gospel of John and oh, how we love the wonderful reinstatement of Peter. The three times Jesus commissions Peter to feed his sheep beautifully parallel the three times Peter denied Jesus. Nevertheless, have you pondered the next thing Peter says to Jesus?

Peter turned and saw that the disciple whom Jesus loved was following them. When Peter saw him, he asked, “Lord, what about him?” – John 21:20a, 21 NIV

Yep. Peter turned around, and said, (and I paraphrase), “OK, Jesus, I got it, you know I love you, I’ll feed your sheep, I’ll be led to a death I don’t want, I’ll follow you – but, what about continue here

The Voice

The area of England where our son and his family lives is beautiful. It is hard to believe that some of these towns and buildings are older than our nation… by a few hundred years!

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The scenery is breathtaking and you never know what you’re going to see.

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Isn’t this gorgeous? And, the hillsides are dotted with sheep.

One of the most interesting things we saw was continue here

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