Tag Archives: winter

More Than Incidental Drift

I reckon anyone who grew up in an old, cold house has a great appreciation for a good fireplace. Being reasonably close to warmth is a mighty fine thing on a cold day. Continue reading

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A Winter’s Wondering

Just about every winter since I was a little kid, I’ve wondered what it would be like to freeze to death. Hope I never find out! Continue reading

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Even in Winter

Even in the winter’s cold, even with ice and snow, God’s eye is still upon the sparrow–and us. Continue reading

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The Blessings of Winter

Winter brings both beauty and danger, pain and glory. Be careful and keep your eyes open… for both danger and beauty! Continue reading

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Making It through the Tough Spots

Seems like every fall the coming winter is going to be really horrible… until it actually gets here. Dire predictions help you endure a great many things that never happen. Continue reading

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The Aftermath of Winter Rain

Like the gleaming white of ice on the face of freezing bluffs, the hard times of our lives sometimes leaves us with a greater beauty than the easy times. Continue reading

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The Hard Truths of Winter Remodeling

While it might be true that the best things in life are free, most of the pretty good ones take a lot of hard work! Continue reading

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Rising in the Mist

… all the reasons for hope are shackled in the seed… until the needs of planting and harvest… Continue reading

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Something Stronger than Blankets

Even when it seems we share nothing more than the road, our concern can reach out to others. Continue reading

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A Reminder of Hope and Light on a January Morning

Even in the chilling gray of winter, there is Light and warmth in God’s quiet Presence. Continue reading

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