Tag Archives: Heaven

Certain Words by James R. Coggins

“Do not let your hearts be troubled,” Jesus said in John 14:1 (NIV). What does this verse mean in context? Jesus had just announced that He would be crucified and would be taken away. In the immediate context, the verse meant … Continue reading

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We’re All Just Walking Each Other Home

Home. The meaning of that word is different for everyone. For some, home is a place where we feel the safest. Our little sanctuary in a world filled with uncertainty. To others, home is the place where we grew up. … Continue reading

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Our Eternal Home by Bridget A. Thomas

There is a meme that I saw on social media a couple of months ago that brought tears to my eyes. I saw it on my dad’s timeline, but I am not sure who originally posted it. I wish I … Continue reading

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I Miss You, Paula Kay – by Kathy Carmichael

Earlier this month my older sister, Paula Kay Carmichael, passed away. We thought it was amusing that we each married Carmichael men. My husband was born in Scotland, hers in Arkansas, but they had to be distant cousins since the … Continue reading

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Today, instead of more words from me, I offer for your consideration a simple image and a short quotation from a great writer. “Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, Or what’s a heaven for?” – Robert Browning

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Five Years Later

By Jim Denney It’s Friday night, and I’m remembering my dad. He died five years ago, early on the morning of May 17, 2014. Less than a month earlier, we had held a big birthday party for my mother. That … Continue reading

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Beyond Rudolph by Julie Arduini

I grew up with the Rankin/Bass produced TV Christmas specials and with as many advances as I’ve seen in technology, nothing new in the Christmas special offerings can hold a candle to those first programs. One of my favorites was … Continue reading

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