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What If Revisited

I heard the siren again today, just now in fact, and decided a re-post was in order. This was originally posted in April 2, 2008, but the words are true every day. ——————————————————— What If … We Heeded the Warning Signal? The first Wednesday of every month, like clockwork, a long shrill siren sounds near … Continue reading

What if We Gave All We Had for God?

In When I Relax I Feel Guilty, Tim Hansel includes this writing from Wilbur Reese entitled “$3.00 Worth of God.” I would like to buy $3 worth of God, please, not enough to explode my soul or disturb my sleep, but enough to equal a cup of warm milk or a snooze in the sunshine. … Continue reading

What If … You Tried It Just For A Day

If you’ve been around my blog any time at all, you know that the 30 Day Wife and 30 Day Husband Encouragement Challenges have been important to me this year. I see marriages in crisis all around me, and this is my effort to help strengthen those marriages that haven’t gotten to the “Where do … Continue reading

What if … We All Came With a Pause Button?

The true-life story in Reader’s Digest (March 2008, p. 50) goes like this: I recently married an Army officer. My seven-year-old daughter took one look at his uniform and, noticing the double bars of his captain’s insignia, asked, “Is that your Pause button?” It’s a very cute story, and it got me to thinking … … Continue reading