Tag: expectations

Advent – Season of Unmet Expectations

 December 20, 2022

Advent is a season of great expectations. We dream about the perfect gift or the perfect Christmas celebration with family and friends gathered in peace and harmony. More often than not, those expectations are not met, but that’s okay. Advent – a season of unmet expectations – has a lot to teach us about disappointment. […]

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Lenten Pitfall #4 – Trying to Do Too Much!

 March 9, 2016

“Tend to undertake too much, then somehow get it done.” That is one of the traits of the Meyers Briggs INFP personality. “Yes!” I say every time I read this. “That’s me!” I over-extend myself, take on more than is reasonably possible, then get it done. I take pride in this. But then comes the […]

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Psalm 126: Great Expectations

 December 6, 2011

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” thus Charles Dickens began his novel, A Tale of Two Cities. Dickens, in his writing on Christmas, did more to save Christmas from a neglected, little observed celebration than any person of his time, leading to our current time of excess. This time […]

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