Category Archives: Forgiveness

What’s Your Story?


In the Steven Spielberg movie Amistad, John Quincy Adams  (played by Anthony Hopkins) asked the character played by Morgan Freeman “What’s their story?” You know their plight,  but what’s their story…who are they, really? Where did they come from?  He … Continue reading

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some things even GOD can’t do


Saturday was to be a day of great expectation, a day long-planned for.  It turned out (for me) to be a day of the unexpected as well.  At one point in the day’s function, I approached a group of three … Continue reading

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Up In The Rafters


I had some trying moments yesterday involving some one quite dear to me.  I spoke rather harshly to this person and later, after thinking about it and particularly the part I played in it, I knew I needed to apologize.  … Continue reading

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