Tag Archives: caring for others


We see sin and devastation all around; it seems no one else cares. What to do? Put ourselves on the line. Say, “I’m one of them.” Fourteen times Daniel says “we” sinned, transgressed, failed to listen to truth, rebelled, acted … Continue reading

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Do you wear a mask?  Do your neighbors, friends, or family?  Does the mask sometimes slip and you see a glimpse of the real person?   Over the years from the cheap college apartments to nice middle class neighborhoods, I’ve found … Continue reading

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  I’m revisiting the subject of the shepherd today. “He shall feed his flock like a shepherd: he shall gather the lambs with his arm, and carry them in his bosom, and shall gently lead those that are with young” … Continue reading

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Governments can give food, churches can give food, charities can give food. Throw money in the pot and distribute money, throw food in the pot and distribute food, but there is no way to throw love into the pot and … Continue reading

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