Category Archives: Communion Meditations

Being Content

While chained up in a prison cell, the apostle Paul wrote these words—“I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any … Continue reading

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Uncommon Thanks

One of my favorite Scriptures about thanksgiving is found in Luke 17. There we read about the time Jesus healed ten men who were suffering from leprosy. These ten men came as close to Jesus as they dared. By Old … Continue reading

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Different Reactions

Years ago I was part of a community service group that was trying to raise money by offering “Pictures with Santa”. I got to dress up as Santa Claus, and people would bring their small children to be photographed with … Continue reading

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Guardrails

The highway department recently put in a much-needed guardrail along a stretch of road near our house. My wife asked me if I had noticed it. I had not, even though I had driven by there a couple of times … Continue reading

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Tasting Good!

In a recent Zits comic strip, a conversation between teenager Jeremy and his father went like this: Jeremy: “Oh, great. We’re out of milk.” Dad: “There’s still plenty of skim milk.” Jeremy: “Oh. Okay…In that case, we’re just out of … Continue reading

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Remembering Him

University of Kentucky offensive line coach John Schlarman died Thursday at the age of 45 after a two-year battle with cancer. The Wildcats wanted to pay a special tribute to their coach, who also played football for Kentucky from 1994 … Continue reading

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No Greater Love

Today is Veterans Day, and citizens of the United States will spend time reflecting on the sacrifices made by many men and women over the years; sacrifices that served to gain and maintain the freedoms we enjoy in our great … Continue reading

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Making Progress

I have always liked the message that I saw on a T-shirt years ago—“Be Patient with Me! God Is Not Finished with Me Yet!” We Christians are indeed all works in progress. We never will reach perfection, therefore there is … Continue reading

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Serving Your Purpose

My wife and I are finally getting around to looking through the numerous boxes of things that we thought were so important that we just had to move them here when we settled into this house nearly five years ago. … Continue reading

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Maintaining Standards

I just read an interesting analogy about maintaining standards, and I’d like to share it with you. It was a social media post that used an example from the sports world. In baseball, home plate is 17 inches wide. In … Continue reading

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