Archive for August, 2019

August 28 Edevotional

“…with the humble acceptance of an abiding wonder for “the thing not named.” I read this sentence this morning in a daily devotional newsletter from Richard Rohr, at The Center for Action and Contemplation. There is something not named, a mystery, a grace and mercy. After a night of fitful sleep, and a reminder that […]

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August 21 Edevotional

School is starting back up. There is a new busyness in the air. My study/office at church looks out at the Westmoreland School where the line-up of cars has begun in the morning and in the afternoon, dropping off and picking up and the yells and laughter of kids at recess will be ringing again. […]

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August 14 Edevotional

Often, when I’m pausing in the morning for meditation and prayer, there will be a song that comes to my lips. I think that because I grew up surrounded by all things church, including church music, these songs are deep in my bones, a part of me. Recently, the old hymn came to me, “Jesus, […]

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August 7 Edevotional

Glory hallelujah, I shall not be moved Anchored in Jehovah, I shall not be moved Just like the tree that’s planted by the waters I shall not be moved In His love abiding, I shall not be moved And in Him confiding, I shall not be moved Just like the tree that’s planted by the […]

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