Laurence Windham

K-o-i-n-o-n-i-a

Two years ago fourteen-year-old Karthik Nemmani won the Scripps National Spelling Bee. This caught my attention as I breezed through the news that day as it reminded me of an incident that occurred during my own childhood. Our junior high classes  at the public school that I attended gathered one day to have a spelling …

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Reign Day

I rolled out of bed this morning still feeling heavy from last nights dinner.  Smash-burgers, topped with jalapeño pimento cheese and served with a side of potato wedges fried in beef fat will do that to you. I hit the shower at 5:30am and was sipping a cup of Sumatra before the day dawned and …

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Fret Not

I am presently meditating my way through the book, Everyday Glory: The Revelation of God In All of Reality, by Gerald R. McDermott. The author’s primary goal is to point out “types” of the gospel that exist in all of creation, for all of us to see, all the time. This is one of those …

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Being There

Jeremiah 29:1-4 1-4  The Predicament Now these are the words of the letter that Jeremiah the prophet sent from Jerusalem to the remainder of the elders who were carried away captive—to the priests, the prophets, and all the people whom Nebuchadnezzar had carried away captive from Jerusalem to Babylon.  (This happened after Jeconiah the king, …

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Life Interrupted

During the judgement plagues of The Exodus there was light in Goshen while the rest of Egypt was subdued and threatened by the gloom of darkness. Movement came to a stop. That meant work and play and normalcy was temporarily over due to the hand of God. These days Christians find themselves in this same …

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