"Jairus wanted to push the woman aside, take Jesus by the hand, and continue their trek back to his house. Jesus held her hand and her gaze as if she were the only person there."
You might have heard this one. I had. And yet, it spoke again and drove its truths down deep.
She'll make it to the end as long as she holds fast her rope.
"And so the fool impelled his burly brawn / Toward wrangling in the sun." You can see where this is going.
Where do you try to quench your thirst?
We're all looking for something. We found it in a mud-brick house in the slums of a Central Asian capital.
A hungry beggar looked and asked, "Might he to one so mean impart / Such life and with it hope endow?"
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"We sat in our pajamas on the couch under a blanket and did what you do on Sunday nights. We watched a rerun of Columbo." And something about it made me worship.
How good it was to listen to the doctor's Detailed overview of all that she had done Because she'd started the conversation with "Everything went fine." How good it was to wait that extra 30 minutes While someone sleepy slowly woke up and nurses Did their nursing on the sun who lights my sky. How … Continue reading Together