Monthly Archives: August 2012

Friends from afar

子曰: “学而时习之,不亦说乎?有朋自远方来,不亦乐乎?人不知而不愠,不亦君子乎?” -《论语学而篇1:1》                                                                           … Continue reading

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Comme un Roman

“By making time to read — like making time to love — we expand our time for living.” – Daniel Pennac I first picked up Daniel Pennac’s Comme un Roman, “Rights of the Reader“, as an educator. Teaching in a State … Continue reading

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Indicators of Spiritual Growth

“The young lions suffer want and hunger; but those who seek the LORD lack no good thing.” – Psalm 34:10 Two Saturdays ago, my hubby and I used the In Touch magazine to do our couple’s devotion. We were blessed by … Continue reading

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Commenter Award

Thank you Faith, faithrises.com, for nominating me for the Commenter Award. I enjoy reading your blog, and am frequently inspired to comment on your posts. Praise be to God for your creative effort to encourage Christian faith and witnesses through your … Continue reading

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Where are you?

“The Lord God called to Adam and said unto him, ‘Where are you?’” – Genesis 3:9. “Where are you?” was God’s first words to the first sinner. – Rev. C. H. Spurgeon Indeed, while God does not need us to enhance His … Continue reading

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An empty town

A grey, empty town. It populace was scarce, not due to war, nor famine, but because its people were too quarrelsome. Could you relate that as a picture of hell? Interestingly, that is exactly how C. S. Lewis depicts hell in … Continue reading

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