Monthly Archives: March 2016

Mary Magdalene’s Story

Deborah Beach Giordano © Easter 2016 John 20:1–18 Mary Magdalene tells her story I arose early and slipped out into the early dawn. The wind whipped against my face and body and the chill air made me shiver. Wrapping my … Continue reading

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The Journey

It is not a battle, but a journey: another hill, another valley, another curve in the road; family and friends alongside for a time; some will fall away, some will remain, all will have done their part. It is not … Continue reading

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The Power of Honesty

Psalm 32 retold by Deborah Honesty leads to holiness; it is the path to peace and wisdom. Lies and deceit poison the soul. Others may be misled, but we cannot convince ourselves: there is no escape from the truth of … Continue reading

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The Web

When the spider dies the web no longer holds; the strands break captives are loosed but the danger is not past; succumbing to their fears, accustomed to their prison, they have forgotten how to fly; docile and defeated, grown dependent … Continue reading

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The Axeman Cometh ?

  Deborah Beach Giordano © February 29, 2016 Luke 13:1–9 ~ as told by Deborah The people there told Jesus about the Galileans murdered by Pilate while they were at worship. “Let me ask you,” he said, “Do you think that … Continue reading

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