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Link to Life for Sunday, September 14, 2014

by Upper Room Administrator on Sunday, September 14, 2014



Ruth's Moonflower  

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An Update

by Upper Room Administrator on Wednesday, September 10, 2014



  Sadly, my dad passed away only a few months after writing today’s meditation.  Since then, Mom has been on her own, going on two years now.  I never realized all that my dad had to cope ...

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Prayer

by Upper Room Administrator on Tuesday, September 09, 2014



  I feel a great deal of empathy with the unnamed disciple who asked Jesus to teach his followers to pray (Luke 11:1). I don’t find it that difficult to lead a group of Christians in corporate ...

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Coincidence?

by Upper Room Administrator on Sunday, September 07, 2014

             In today’s devotion I relayed a story in which two off-duty paramedics happened upon my acquaintance Shirley just at the moment she required some critical medical attention. To many people who have heard Shirley’s story, this experience has seemed like an amazing example of co-incidence. Perhaps. I, however, ...

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Painting and Healing

by Upper Room Administrator on Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Abuse of any kind can paint a once vibrant life into shades of black and midnight blue.  Because the brushes of pain, fear, guilt, and shame are coarse-bristled and merciless, the pigments they slap on sink stinging-deep into the canvas of the soul.

But there are ...

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Deposits of Faith

by Upper Room Administrator on Tuesday, September 02, 2014

 According to a recent survey, the cost of raising a child to maturity is $250,000.  And to think, I raised three!  Where did all that money go?  From ice cream cones to more healthy food table, comic books to school supplies and tuition — so much goes into the ...

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Brag on God

by Upper Room Administrator on Sunday, August 31, 2014


One day I hope that I can be a wonderful mother-in-law like my husband’s mother was to me!  She was a person of deep faith and daily personal prayer. She had a special way in which she expressed her ...

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