Tag Archives: fear

Anxiety

Anxiety: an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear often marked by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt about one’s capacity to cope with it. (Merriam Webster) I met a woman recently who … Continue reading

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God’s Hands and Feet

In my last blog, I related my little struggle to Jonah’s struggle to obey God’s call to go preach to the wicked people in Nineveh. Since that posting, my struggle has become tiny, (actually minuscule) and the ancient town of Nineveh … Continue reading

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The Open Gate

I have a friend whose son has been struggling with depression, wondering, “What’s the point of living?” He is in the hospital tonight with pneumonia, probably a side effect of his heroin use. I ask that you take the time … Continue reading

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First Impressions

Have you noticed that our human nature always provides us with some sort of (usually shallow) first impression? We tend to size others up and judge them based on previous experiences. Thankfully, I’ve lost confidence in the accuracy of my … Continue reading

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Honky Tonk and Worship

My husband loves to play competitive handball – it’s like racquetball without the racket. We have traveled to many obscure destinations so he can participate in a tournament. Several years ago we attended a tournament in Chattanooga, TN, not too … Continue reading

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