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... attacks, abuse, loneliness, disengagement in marriage, disrespect, and mistrust, I see only temporary emotions for a child of God. The naming of this key makes it obvious to me that personal emotions I have experienced were seemingly justifiable parts of overall sin, but not one of them serves to lessen or make my underlying sin insignificant. Naming that key sin now becomes imperative. Before The Lord, before all. The key that opened the door to my actions was SELF JUSTIFICATION. ...
... a Trojan in the kitchen, but she politely refused every offer of help, saying, as Susan does "oh pooh", to any suggestion that I was being lazy. She was in her element, cooking up a storm for what would turn out to be more than 20 people later that evening. There was no chance to be overwhelmed by the wave of people who arrived sometime after 6pm, because there were so many of them that I didn't have time for that feeling! I was made to feel like an honoured guest, ...
... I was physically not feeling well, having battled a sore throat and virus for several weeks. It grew colder and colder towards the end of October, but still no snow. The kids were getting excited about Halloween weeks before it was to happen. I hated to think how much more out of their tree they'd be once they had a huge candy hit after they'd gone trick or treating! Jeremy, my teacher colleague and friend next door, told me that some houses expected several hundred visitors ...
Again it has been a very busy 10 days since I last wrote in my blog. We have travelled to many different places, Portsmouth New Hampshire and Portland Maine, were both lovely seaside towns, with great restaurants and sea views. The people are always friendly and helpful. We love pulling into the local diners in small country towns for breakfast or lunch, you just never know what you might find. We have tried where ever possible to stay off ...
... new museum, or so we thought. After the taxi driver took us there he told us that it wasn't yet open so we asked him to take us to the old museum. After he dropped us off there we went inside and people were giving us weird looks as we took layers of clothing off in the foyer and prepared to see what was on offer. The then told us that the museum is shut on Mondays. ... back on with the layers and off we go again. We had a great walk through ...
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