Monthly Archives: September 2010

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Water Off a Duck’s Back

   Mama used to raise chickens and ducks. Oh, I loved those little babies in the incubator in the warm winter kitchen. The little ducks would flop around in the water, knowing instinctively that they should be swimming, while the baby chicks would do all they could to get away […]

Perfect Stillness

I was standing in the laundry room rebooting my laundry, moving the laundry from the washer to the dryer, having no conscious thought, just working automatically, when the refrigerator shut off. Silence. Isn’t it funny that you never notice the refrigerator running until it shuts off? I seldom have silence. […]

Daniel Repented for His Nation

Daniel was one of four of the most prominent Jews in Babylon. He and the three Hebrew children—Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego—obeyed the law even in a foreign country where they had been carried captive. Through the lions’ den and the fiery furnace, they prevailed and were promoted by the king, with […]