Rahab didn’t start her day with a plan to commit treason. When two Israelite spies sauntered into Jericho, trying to look natural, but failing miserably, only then did she make her decision. So the king of Jericho sent this message to Rahab: “Bring out the men who came to you and entered your house, because they…
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Don’t Chase the Add-Ons

North Texas produced a bumper crop of wildflowers this spring. As I traveled from DFW to Wichita Falls, to Waco, and to Austin, my eyes feasted on bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush, Mexican hats, buttercups, and blanket flowers. Blues and yellows, reds and oranges, and pinks and purples splashed the spring green of new grass. Jesus pointed…
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Margin. The empty border around the edges. Breathing room. White space. Something I’m lacking right now. I scheduled myself to the edge—again. I rationalized it by telling myself it was temporary. Only a few weeks. Only a few semesters. Right. I find myself working from dark to dark. I watch my husband and kids cover…
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