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A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

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The Choice that Changed Everything–a sermon

posted by Linda G. Howard

The choice that changed everything Nehemiah 9:17 Central Theme:  Man choices to sin and God chooses to be gracious. A ream of paper has 500 sheets–not more and not less.  A foot is 12 inches–not more and not less.  There […]

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We all understand…or do we?

posted by Linda G. Howard

We all understand that our federal government is divided into three co-equal branches.  There is the executive branch, the legislative and the judicial branches.  The purpose of these three branches of government is to insure that the people of the […]

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When conflict comes

posted by Linda G. Howard

It is inevitable that conflict will come when two people live, work, play or worship together.  An extremely quoteable pastor from years past, Jack Green, once said, “If two people live together, there will be conflict, unless one of the two people […]

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Editing is allowed

posted by Linda G. Howard

This morning I got up to write as I normally do; but I couldn’t find anything hot to drink. (A hot drink is necessary for early morning writing sessions.) I’m staying with my wonderful granddaughter a few days.  She and […]

Conviction vs condemnation

posted by Linda G. Howard

It’s a tricky thing. We desire to follow God but we stumble over our own good works. It’s a s0litary venture.  Yet, the cry of our hearts is to be understood not only by God but by another skin-faced person. […]

Mocking vs glorification

posted by Linda G. Howard

About 1400 years ago, the Roman Catholic Church and the Byzantine (Greek Orthodox) Church unofficially adopted a fun celebration the day before All Saints’ Feast Day.  The day became known as All Hallow’s Eve or Halloween. The purpose  of this […]

A nickel for ten

posted by Linda G. Howard

As a child, Mr. Milligan’s truck filled with produce and convenience store items came through our neighborhood each day.  I could buy ten pieces of molasses-nut candy for a nickel.  Okay, I’m showing my age.  The convenience-store concept and the […]

Cheap Grace–part 1

posted by Linda G. Howard

I hate cheap grace. A wealthy farmer in a small town in South Carolina bought his son a new red BMW for his sixteenth birthday.  The boy took the car out one night, got drunk and totalled it. The next […]

Understanding the Prophets–Reaching the heart of God

posted by Linda G. Howard

After months of searching for a clear passage to release me from my careless and unforgiving attitude, I uncovered the heart of the message delivered by the Prophets.  I had formerly seen God’s unbending justice.  Now I was searching for his […]

Understanding the Prophets–Seeing God’s compassion

posted by Linda G. Howard

For almost a decade, I journeyed with the prophets in the scriptures observing only the judgment and condemnation  they proclaimed.  Then one summer, I trekked through a most painful personal desert.  In his mercy, God revealed a hidden, unpalatable sin in my […]

I like Job’s friends

posted by Linda G. Howard

One day as I read  the book of Job in the Bible, my heart was struck dumb by the speech given by one of his friends.  “I agree with what this man is saying.”  I’d always given the speeches of […]

Getting tough with me

posted by Linda G. Howard

Dear Math, I’m not a therapist.  Solve your own problems. ____________________________________ I’m amazed at how often I’m working against myself.  Yesterday and today, I wasted more than $20 because I had to make three trips to a neighboring town, 20 […]

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It's hard to converse with people who mumble or whisper.  There are two parts to a conversation: Speaking and listening. When we are having a conversation with God, listening is more important than speaking.  Psalm 85:8 says, "I will listen ...

posted 5:20:35am Dec. 05, 2015 | read full post »

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posted 9:25:29am Dec. 02, 2015 | read full post »

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You are invited to attend The Special Gathering of IRC 2015 Christmas Play "It's a Christmas Play" 7:00PM  Saturday, December 5 Crossroads Christian Fellowship Church 1050 Highway US 1, Sebastian 7:00PM Sunday, December 6 First ...

posted 9:06:40pm Nov. 30, 2015 | read full post »

Joy Filled Holiday Season
My favorite holiday, even as a child and young person, was Thanksgiving.  It is a time for sharing love with family and friends.  There are no gifts.  However, to quote a good friend, "It's all about the food." Nevertheless, as I grow ...

posted 6:39:41pm Nov. 29, 2015 | read full post »

Willing to Change
Last May I was working when I made a mistake.  While I understood that I was to blame, my first reaction was to fix blame in other places.  As I look back on my reaction, I realize it was unrealistic for me to revert into defensive mode, ...

posted 9:26:41am Oct. 07, 2015 | read full post »

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