Monthly Archives: March 2012

Joy of Easter

 Let’s prepare our hearts to once again cherish the Resurrection of Christ Jesus. Customize a digital greeting Advertisements

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Pieces put together

I once shipped a parcel with a clay gift item of Noah’s ark to my sister in Malaysia. On the ark were delicate, colorful animals including my favorite animal, the giraffe. However, after the parcel made its way across half … Continue reading

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Moonlight sonata and the Cross

Beethoven’s “Moonlight sonata,” of which the composer named it as Sonata quasi una fantasia, is a favorite piece for many for about 200 years now despite its melancholy and near absurd nature. Berlioz said of it that it “is one of those … Continue reading

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Hosanna Donkey

Lord, I’m Yours. I gladly wait upon You. My heart waits upon Your coming… “And Jesus found a young donkey and sat on it, just as it is written, ‘Fear not, daughter of Zion; behold, your King is coming, sitting … Continue reading

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What is your favorite color? Or rather, what are your favorite colors? If you were to describe your emotions or feelings right now, what color(s) would be the best representation of you? As for myself, I have never adopted lime … Continue reading

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As the group of Christian dancers gathered around the dinner serving area and helped themselves with soup and salad, I noticed Ellen waiting patiently at the side. She was wearing a noticeable wound dressing on her left temple. I had a … Continue reading

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Pain and Love come together

 The flowers appear on the earth,  the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land…” — Songs of Solomon 2:11-12 We were waiting for Spring… Yet, it would be a while before the luster of Spring … Continue reading

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