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Food for Thought: Given a Precious Gift

posted by mpratt

I’m fascinated by how, after Jesus was crucified, died, and rose from the dead, those devoted to Jesus did not scatter like cowards, fearing they would be next to die on the cross. Rather, they gathered in an “upper room” […]

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Chronic Illness: Just a Moment of Peace

posted by mpratt

Wish you had just a moment of comfort in the midst of your tough day? Wish you had just a moment of peace? Life during this holiday season is packed with activity, and if you’re living with a chronic health […]

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Clearing the air

posted by mpratt

A recent rain brought crisp, clean air to Southern California. What a blessing! Before the deluge, it seemed as if there was a pall of dust over and around. Now, it’s a joy to breathe deeply and enjoy the outdoor […]

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The Essence of Coping with Chronic Illness Is a Strong and Willing Spirit

posted by mpratt

Do not stifle the Spirit. 1 Thessalonians 5:19 I cannot count the times that this simple sentence has resonated in my head and heart.  As we all know, life with chronic pain and illness can be wearing, tearing down our […]

One Simple Sentence – One Great Act

posted by mpratt

One simple sentence in the Bible has been resonating within my head and heart lately, especially as I speak and correspond with people who are in some way facing scary health situations. Here’s the sentence: Do not stifle the Spirit.  […]

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Memorial Day: As We Remember
The important thing about remembering past wars is that we use their lessons to think of ways to avoid future wars - and to act on those peace-making ways. This Memorial Day, beyond the barbecues and parties, the shopping and the relaxing, ...

posted 4:47:49pm May. 24, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: Too Easy?
Is your prayer time over before you know it? Gone through the list and all finished? Sometimes, we get into a routine ...

posted 5:02:35pm May. 23, 2015 | read full post »

Chronic Pain: When It Seems As If You're Playing A Losing Game
Lately, my pain experience has been much like playing that arcade game where you hold a hammer and wait for a thing - sometimes an artificial mole, sometimes something else - to pop up from one of the many holes on the game playing board. When ...

posted 2:00:48am May. 21, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Accept No Substitutes!
"I'll go to the gym instead of taking a nap - I'll feel more energy afterward." "I'll get this report done before I call a friend; I'll have time later." "I take this easier class instead of the hard one; I'll get less credit, but I won't ...

posted 10:00:42pm May. 19, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: One Word at a Time
When I was a youngster, I used to be really mad that people in church seemed to rush through the prayers. "They're going too fast," I used to tell my mother. "They should slow down." As I developed my own prayer life, I realized that there ...

posted 1:31:56am May. 16, 2015 | read full post »

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