Monthly Archives: September 2006

September 27, 2006 Daily Readings

Readings: I Samuel 23-24, Psalm 129, Romans 12I Samuel 23-24: Yesterday, I found it amazing that Saul’s hatred and jealousy toward David turned him to evil. Today I read that Saul decided to sneak into a cave to…ahem…relieve himself, giving … Continue reading

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September 26, 2006 Daily Readings

Readings: I Samuel 21-22, Psalm 128, Romans 11I Samuel 21-22: Saul, the king of Israel, is still king, and still responsible for governing God’s people. With those responsibilities comes protecting the land and dispensing justice. Saul allows his jealousy and … Continue reading

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My Football Season is Officially Over (& more)

Time for my weekly sports updates: Yankees: Great job to my Yankees for officially clinching the AL East. Now if we can just win the World Series. And those of you working for Beelzebub—I mean Bud Selig—please work on the … Continue reading

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All of my sports teams reek!

All right! This is your armchair coach/manager speaking. I’ve been patient with all of you, but that’s worn thinner than my husband’s favorite green shirt that I don’t dare throw away for fear of retribution. Now you’re going to see … Continue reading

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September 14, 2006 Daily Readings

Readings: I Samuel 17-18, Psalm 127, Romans 10Today, what stood out the most was the friendship between Jonathan and David. Jonathan, the crown prince of Israel, basically knew that David–not him–would be Israel’s future king, yet he loved David as … Continue reading

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September 13, 2006 Daily Reading

Okay, I just looked over my last journal, and I’m a little freaked out. As I said in my Online Journal, God totally took over my little trip to Annapolis. But look at my entry below. God basically told me … Continue reading

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Author’s Blog, September 12, 2006

Writing Tip of the Day: Getting your character from one scene to another is like walking along a path. You don’t want to focus on the path. You want to describe the journey. I just went on a trip to … Continue reading

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