Monthly Archives: August 2012

A Warning from the Big Horn Mine

I’ve never heard an abandoned building speak so eloquently.  I just hope I pay attention to it, and learn from it. I had to move my Sabbath hike around this last weekend.  My Saturday plans were postponed when one of … Continue reading

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More Than Checking Boxes

Sometimes God isn’t very subtle.  Today was one of those times. I’m nearing the end of an Old Testament reading plan, and I came across a sobering passage this morning.  In Zechariah 7:5 God expresses His disappointment in the fasts … Continue reading

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Full Heart, Overflowing Heart, Protected Heart

How do you guard your heart? Last Sunday, my Pastor preached from a verse in Proverbs that compares the heart to a spring:  “Watch over your heart with all diligence, for from it flows the springs of life” (Prov. 4:4).  … Continue reading

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