Category: miracles

Sinners and Saints—Revisiting a Quote

Years ago I used a quote from Oscar Wilde’s, every sinner has a future and every saint has a past. While I’ve long ago forgotten…

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Robin, Interviewed by Nancy Kay Grace

Here’s Robin’s latest interview by Nancy Kay Grace on Living Life Unedited on CWAradio.com. I hope to have news about the book, Ten Days to Live…

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This is Because of You, Aunt Opal

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 (KJV) For those of you that read Michelle…

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Courage to be Perfectly Imperfect You

Courage is not the absence of fear … it’s the presence of hope. Check out Shelly Beach’s latest blog. You’ll be blessed by it.

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Brain Tumor: the Day the Dam Broke

April 1, 2011 was the day the dam broke. That’s the day my life changed forever. That’s the day I had the seizure that left…

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Healing with Screviner by my Side

Because I’ve been under the weather a bit, I skipped writing a blog post this week. Instead, I’ve been concentrating on getting better … and…

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Does God Cry?

Have you ever wondered if God cries? To help me understand what’s involved with having a personal relationship with God, I try to see Him…

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How About a Mulligan?

Eight hundred years earlier, Isaiah prophesied that Jesus would come. Isaiah didn’t use the names of Mary, Joseph, or Jesus. He used the names of…

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Slowing Down with Purpose

Rush here. Push to get through there. Check your watch—you still may have time to fit one more stop in before you’re late. This summer…

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How do I say …?

I sometimes wish I could change my world. Going through brain surgery to remove a ginormous tumor—and living a blessed life afterward—gives me a glimpse…

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