Month: January 2018

Jesus Loves Everyone The Same

Daily as I read the news why does it feel like mankind values one life more than another.  Is an American life more important than a Mexican one?  Is a family members soul more important than that of a stranger?  Was Peter’s life more important to Jesus than that of Judas?  I pray for the

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It Has To Be Sincere

He could not have been more than 18 years old.  Standing on a corner in Fort Worth. Everything he owned on his back.  As I lowered my window to help, I watched as he made the sign of the cross.  My thoughts suddenly turned inward.  Do I ever do things to look religious?  When asked

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Shine His Light

I don’t know about you but I’m weary.  Weary of the scandals.  Weary of the violence.  Weary of the never ending hatred.  I try to bury my head in the sand but it creeps in like a prowler.  Then I pray and he shows me hope.  He shows me compassion.  He reveals to me the

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Maybe We Should See Jesus

What if we saw the man on the corner, as Jesus?  What if I saw the lady behind the counter at Walgreens, that I lost patience with, as Jesus?  Would I have treated her different?  Would I have still lost my patience?  What if I look at my kids… my wife and see Jesus, would

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