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Titlting toward warmth

Tilting toward the Warmth

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Does anyone else find Midwest winters way too clingy after January 1? I realize winter technically didn’t begin until December 21, so my patience with it shouldn’t be quite so thin. Spring arrived on time, just a few weeks ago, on March 20, forcing winter to release its grip ever…

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2012 Quarter 2 Bible Reading Report

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My, how time flies! We are 203 days into 2012. According to the nifty calculator I found at convertunits.com, the time passed can also be measured like this: 6 months and 21 days 4,872 hours 292,320 minutes 17,539,200 seconds Quarter 2 + 21 days into my 2012 Bible Reading Challenge…

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2012 Quarter 1 Bible Reading Report

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Sounds so official, doesn’t it? One of the benefits of a blog is the perception of accountability it provides: If I post something I’m praying about or dedicating my time to, it’s out there for the world to see. Perhaps accountability is too strong a descriptor—it’s rare to have anyone…

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Breathing in Faith

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Hello, Poem. We’ve not been meeting like we used to. It’s my fault, really, as I’ve been busy writing in full sentences with proper grammar and well-defined thoughts. And you, in all your quirky playfulness, got pushed to the side. My heart gets crusty without you. Thanks for pursuing me….

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Bemoaning My Inner–Miss Piggy

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No, this isn’t some bizarre reference to H1N1. Miss Piggy just happened to be the example that came to mind as I prepared this third and final post on John Piper’s book The Legacy of Sovereign Joy: God’s Triumphant Grace in the Lives of Augustine, Luther, and Calvin. (I do…

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