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Get Up And Go

“Get up, let us go from here.” John 14:31 “Now get up and go into the city, and you will be told what you must do.” Acts 9:6 My Daddy had many little sayings that I grew up hearing. There is one I definitely identify with now, “My get up and go got up and went.” He used it when he was exhausted and felt he couldn’t go any further. I hear his voice saying it when I find myself in a comfortable little hollow on the couch and can’t seem to convince my body to move into action. It’s the simplest of things as getting up to warm a cup of coffee or retrieving the printed document only steps away. It may come from exhaustion but often times it is sheer laziness. Today, I have a clue of something muc

Filled And Satisfied

When you look into the dictionary searching for the word, servant, my mom’s picture should be there. She loved serving God by serving her family, her neighbors, and her church. She served by cooking and blessing others with kindness. She ran her race well and was completely satisfied loving her husband and children, and anyone else that God put in her path. She wasn’t known for gourmet meals, but kindness. Eating at my mama’s table was an experience of love. She not only delighted in cooking a delicious meal, but serving the meal to whomever was around her table. Until later years, we never ate from pots and pans on the stove-top. No, the table was filled with bowls and platters. Even when t

Welcome To The Feast

Today’s blog is written by new friends, Tray and Melody Lovvorn who are featured in the movie “The Heart of Man”. Touching Hearts will show this movie on Friday, February 9 at 7:00 p.m. All ladies are invited to join us at the table. Even if you can’t join us, the invitation below is open to every man and woman, boy and girl. Don’t miss the most wonderful invitation ever given. Welcome home, loved one. Come, taste and see all the goodness I have spread before you. There is no need to clean up before you arrive, so come as you are. I have flung the door open wide & prepared this day, this moment, to bless you and to remind you that you always have a seat next to Me at My table, no matter the

Sermon In A Bag

It’s not every day that the local restaurant preaches the sermon to you, but it happened to me just a few weeks ago. It didn’t come through the background music that was playing. There was no Bible verse stenciled on the entrance wall. I don’t even know it to be a Christian owned company. But I do know that as my husband and I met our friends at Chili’s, the sermon was at our table. After placing my order, I reached to slip my silverware from the brown paper sleeve. I wasn’t looking for it and certainly not expecting it, but there it was. It was not only bold but also loud and I almost felt like I needed to hush it a bit. No one else at the table saw or heard it, but I certainly did. “We we

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