Thanks to Mitch Teemley for this whimsical (but very profound) offering! If you haven’t found Mitch’s site, The Power of Story, go there!! (Well, I mean, read this first, THEN go there.) You’ll laugh, be inspired, made to think. And you will have fun. Thanks, Mitch!
no longer winter.
Transition’s the only
So why should we wait
to lift up our hearts?
Let us huddle together
and celebrate Sprinter!
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“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.”
I get somewhat intrigued by what we would normally consider “obscure” comments in the Bible. I’m of the inerrant/infallible school of theology, not that I don’t have plenty of questions for the other side of eternity. Nevertheless, that doesn’t stop me from trusting the Author for what’s in the Book, even if some of its contents keeps me scratching my forehead.
So here’s one of those parts to the story of the patriarch Jacob and his burgeoning family that I find interesting:
“Soon after this, Rebekah’s old nurse, Deborah, died. She was buried beneath the oak tree in the valley below Bethel. Ever since, the tree has been called Allon-bacuth (which means ‘oak of weeping’).”
I was curious why God put a little honorarium to this Continue reading “Now,…just who was Deborah?”