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God’s Fingerprints

In his book, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff … and it’s all small stuff, Richard Carlson writes about the importance of perspective through the responses of two bricklayers.

When asked “What are you doing?” the first laborer complained that he was an underpaid bricklayer forced to earn a living by mindlessly placing bricks on top of one another.

Yet the response was…

To Forgive and Be Forgiven

Have you ever found it difficult to forgive someone? Why is it so hard to do sometimes?

If we can forgive, we are letting go of blame and suffering that we are holding inside. This can lead to pain and depression if we are not able to move on.

To not forgive can make you exhausted. You think about it too much. It can…

Sowing the Seed

The Old Testament and New Testament readings for this Sunday have something in common. They both talk about seed and the sower. The seed is the word of God, and the sower is whoever spreads the word of God.

According to Wikipedia,…

Who Will You Go To?

Getting things fixed around the house seems to be never ending. Each weekend we’re working on the yard, fixing things around the house just to keep things working properly.

Many of us have sentimental things that we hold onto. Maybe it’s something handed down from your parents or a loved one. Maybe it’s a bracelet or necklace, an item you know you can fix yourself if it breaks, but…