Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Sabbath

Psalm 25: 8-14 (previous Psalm 25 post) 8 Good and upright is the LORD; therefore he instructs sinners in the way. 9 He leads the humble in what is right, and teaches the humble his way. 10All the paths of … Continue reading

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Horton: The Christian Faith 2: The Character of Theology – Seeing and Hearing

In Chapter Two of The Christian Faith: The Character of Theology: A Theoretical or a Practical Science Horton begins by discussing the five intellectual habits that Aristotle uses in Nicomachean Ethics. This piqued my interest as my Omnibus class reads … Continue reading

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Uninvited Early Morning Visitor

It was almost time to wake up and I heard something. There has been work out on our street this week, plus it was trash pick-up day so I figured it was that. Then I heard it again and couldn’t … Continue reading

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John Stott: Faithful Basic Christian

I first became aware of John R. W. Stott while in college at University of Maryland Baltimore County’s Christian Fellowship. At the time, the fellowship was independent but there was an Inter Varsity representative on campus. We had all the … Continue reading

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Ballou’s Civil War Letter and the Lost Art of Letter Writing

The Civil War has interested me since I was in elementary school. I remember being on vacation in Ocean City one summer and meeting a girl from Virginia while swimming in the pool. I remember telling her she had lost … Continue reading

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The Complete Guide to Food Preservation by Duea

We lived on my grandparent’s farm so I grew up and watched my grandmother, my aunts and my mom freeze, can and preserve food. I remember sitting on our back porch shelling peas and lima beans and shucking corn for … Continue reading

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Christmas in July Blog Hop

There is a blog hop going on this week called Christmas in July. With the record-breaking temperatures across most of the US, I thought I would check this hop out!  I have participated in a few blog hops in the … Continue reading

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The Sabbath

Psalm 25: 1-7  Of  David 1To you, O LORD, I lift up my soul.2O my God, in you I trust; let me not be put to shame; let not my enemies exult over me. 3Indeed, none who wait for you … Continue reading

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Basil Spaghetti With Cheesy Broiled Tomatoes

Last night my sister made this tasty recipe. My niece had stopped by after work for a visit and we were going to watch my nephew for the weekend. She had found this recipe in Real Simple Magazine June 2011. … Continue reading

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Jesus + Nothing = Everything by Tullian Tchividjian

In 2009 when Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale was looking for a pastor, I heard they were going to combine with New City Church and Tullian Tchividjian (pronounced cha-vi-jin) was going to be the pastor. I had read … Continue reading

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