Tag: God’s love

Psalm 18 – I Love You

 April 2, 2024

This week we focus on three powerful words at the beginning of Psalm 18 – I love you. Love is a complex, multi-faceted word, much abused and misunderstood. For all of the time we spend thinking about love, writing and singing songs about love, reading romance novels and watching movies about love, it remains a […]

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Psalm 15 – Who May Abide?

 March 12, 2024

Our psalm for this week begins with another beautiful question, Psalm 15 – who may abide in God’s tent? I’ve been reflecting on this as my husband and I have been dealing with some health challenges, the hymn “Abide with Me,” resounding in my heart. Psalm 15 The writer of Psalm 15 begins with the […]

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Hearts and Ashes

 February 12, 2024

This year, Valentines Day and Ash Wednesday fall on the same day, February 14. What do they have in common? Hearts and ashes? Both celebrate love! What greater love is there than the love of God who chose to become a man so that we would have a God who knows what it is to […]

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Psalm 97 – Repetitions that Delight – Christmas 2011

 December 25, 2022

Some things bear repeating. And so, I’m repeating this blog post from Christmas 2011 – repetitions that delight! Relevant today as it was eleven years ago. Merry Christmas! Psalm 97 – Repetitions that Delight When my son, Dan, was a baby, he had one book he wanted me to read over and over and over, […]

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Surrounded by Mountains – Mountain Home, Idaho

 October 26, 2022

“I lift my eyes to the mountains,” has been my prayer over the past few weeks as I’ve been surrounded by mountains in Mountain Home, Idaho. Each morning I enjoyed looking at the mountains in the distance as I walked, praying those words, as well as reflecting on the words, “As the mountains surround Jerusalem, […]

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Roses in December

 December 13, 2021

Long before James Barrie wrote of roses in December and Theresa of Lisieux spoke of showering roses from heaven, Our Lady of Guadalupe gave roses to a simple peasant as a sign. What is the significance of roses in December in this day when roses can be purchased through florists all year round? Has it […]

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God Is In the Details

 October 27, 2021

Chances are you’ve heard the phrase, “the devil is in the details,” meaning that something that appears to be simple can end up being much more complicated and difficult than you expect as you work out the minutiae. I believe God is in the details too. Some people think God is a big picture guy, […]

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God’s Conspiracy Theory

 August 3, 2021

Conspiracy theories are everywhere. They tell of dark evil cabals threatening human existence, plotting the overturn of society as we know it, putting profits over people and running the world based on their own designs. All of the talk about conspiracies got me thinking – does God have a conspiracy theory? And if so, what […]

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A Cup of Love: Isaiah 7:10-14

 December 22, 2020

Today I raise a cup of love and reflect on Isaiah 7:10-14 as we light the last purple candle on the Advent wreath. The Word Love Love is a much used and abused term in the English language. We use the same word to describe how we feel about certain foods, such as pizza and […]

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A Cup of Joy: Isaiah 35:1-10

 December 15, 2020

This week I raise a cup of Joy (or Faith since Joy requires faith!) Our time of waiting for Christmas is half over; this is reason for rejoicing for some, for terror for others who are not ready. In Catholic churches throughout the world, the rose candle of the Advent wreath is lit, signaling the […]

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