Monthly Archives: October 2009

Final Harvest

Thanks to High Calling Blogs, who published “The Final Harvest,” from a previous Red Letter Believers post. Here’s an excerpt: “I’ve been at this Christian walk for years — no, decades. And like these green tomatoes, I droop in immaturity. … Continue reading

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Lost in the pile of leaves

“We spend most of our time and energy in a kind of horizontal thinking. We move along the surface of things, but there are times when we stop. We sit still. We lose ourselves in a pile of leaves or … Continue reading

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Bury Your Past, part 2. "Can’t get to the other side."

There was an experiment done with the Great Northern Pike where the fish was placed into a tank with its favorite food, minnows. However, a glass divider was inserted into the tank between the Pike and the minnows. Every time … Continue reading

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Bury your past, Part 1

Image by h.koppdelaney via Flickr Technology blazes forward in many fashions, but none as remarkable as the computer chip. These chips perform faster and more accurately than ever. Yet, they pale in comparison to the human memory. Like a recurring … Continue reading

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Faking my way through life

There it is again. It hits you in the middle of the day. That feeling that you don’t belong. That undeniable sensation that this a play — and you are just a bit actor. They might find me out. That … Continue reading

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What will you gain?

Have you ever stood in front of the mirror – and you look into your eyes and you see the hollowness. You see the emptiness. You see deep into your heart — into the deepest of all your insecurities and … Continue reading

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