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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
–Martin Luther King Jr.
Last post was Part I of an interview with Curtis Zeigler. (How a man who works for Costco hears God’s voice: Curtis Zeigler Part I) He’s a friend of mine who I feel is someone who loves Jesus especially well and follows him closely. I thought his example might be helpful to any of us hoping to do the same. Today’s post is Part II of the interview. Continue reading
A Cross Between Indiana Jones And Billy Graham Continue reading
When I say I’m going to do something I like to do it, I like to follow through, according to Jesus’ words, “. . . let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.'” About a year ago I said I would send an ebook version of the new book Love Like Jesus to anyone who signed up for an email subscription with GodRunning.com. And I will. That hasn’t changed. It will come in the form of a PDF. But I also said I would publish the Love Like Jesus book in 2018, and that’s changed. My original intention was to self publish but after researching the options further, I’ve decided to go the traditional publishing route. I’ll share more about that as things progress. Meanwhile I hope you’ve enjoyed the content I’ve already shared, from the book, on God Running. For a limited time you can still see the Love Like Jesus book posts by clicking on the Love Like Jesus Book link under “CATEGORIES” in the side bar. When the book is published that option will no longer be available.
The Christmas Star
On December 5, 2018 at four in the morning my eyes popped open. I was wide awake. That happens to me sometimes. My brain was suddenly racing with thoughts about what I had to do and what I’d done and how I might be able to do certain things better. Maybe that’s happened to you.
After I flopped around like a fish on the bank for two hours, I got up and started to get dressed so I could go for a walk. It was around 6 am and, at this time of year, still dark. That’s unusual for me. I often walk around a small lake near our house but I’m a late riser. I rarely walk before sunrise. So it felt a little weird when I stepped through the front door of our house into the darkness. Continue reading