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By this shall all men know… part three

September is early spring in our neck of the woods. At the end of the twelve months of treatment, we got the news we were waiting for – remission. And as the days grew longer, our confidence grew. October passed … Continue reading

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By this shall all men know … part two

We’re adaptable creatures, we humans. Life falls into a pattern, and what seems impossible to bear becomes the norm. At first, we couldn’t cross the baby’s will. The hole behind his ear was large enough to lose a button in. … Continue reading

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By this shall all men know you are my disciples…

Jesus told us the sign that would mark us as His in the eyes of all the world: our love for one another. Our multiple failures to love are a scandal, separating us from one another, and separating others from … Continue reading

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