Tag: quote

C.S. Lewis and a Good Reminder

You know how much I love C.S. Lewis. I read and reread him all the time. Here is a thought from Lewis that spoke to me once again. I put it on an image to visually communicate the power of his words. This thought from Lewis reminds me of Hebrews 11:13-16. In that passage, the […]

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The Secret of Life

I came across a pretty powerful thought. And as I thought about that thought, I decided to put it on an image. Then I had an interesting experience. Depending on the image, the thought took on different meaning. So here are three different images with the same quote. No matter which one grabs you, may […]

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Mothers: Living Faithfully, a Hidden Life

We all love the big, the grand, the spectacular, the showy & splashy, the memorable… But that it about 3% of life? The other 97% of life is none of that. The other 97% is the daily, routine, little, small, unmemorable but absolutely essential stuff that makes life worth living. Mothers, in all sorts of […]

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Brains…

I have always appreciated this thought from President Woodrow Wilson: “I not only use all the brains I have, but all I can borrow.” That’s great. I LOVE IT! None of us are as smart as all of us! That’s another quote I read somewhere, long ago. It is called advice, counsel, perspective, knowledge, insight, […]

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Plans and Planning

I recently read a very good book on the leadership of Dwight Eisenhower, the American general in charge of all allied forces for the D-Day invasion and eventual defeat of Nazi Germany. Here is one of Ike’s quotes from the most massive military operation ever planned: “Plans are nothing. Planning is everything.” What does that […]

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Life is Constant Adjustment

Life is in motion. Life is swirling, changing, evolving, dancing, flowing–and that’s what you need to do as well. God is on the move. The Spirit, like the wind, courses through this world, uncontrolled, unforced, unencumbered. You need to do so as well. Following Jesus is a journey, a process, and, hopefully, a progress. “Come […]

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