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Palestine and Israel- “Middle of Love”

I've been thinking about what fuels our prayers? Is it selfish desire? Is it genuine love for God, for another, and humility? Does prayer bring us to our knees and a place of newness? Or do we come out the same way we went in- with a hard heart?

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100-Names for God

I had such a fun time last week thinking about names for God- getting to know God in fresh ways. It's so easy for me to say, "Yeah, yeah, I know God!" But in my heart do I consider the ways in which God is present right now?

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Loved and Preserved

I can think of a lot of contexts in which I've come to understand this word, "preserve," two come from personal experience. The first is from my dad who works with the historical preservation of buildings. The second way is from my hobby of canning or preserving food.

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“Begin Rightly”

Last week, I enjoyed contemplating this simple phrase from Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy: "To begin rightly is to end rightly." Science and Health 262:28

What a succinct and poignant truth this is- much like a bumper sticker!

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