Being Woven

Monthly Archives: May, 2016

Memorial Day — 2016

Memorial Day carries so much emotion for me. My father served in World War II as a Navy doctor in the Pacific.   He continued his service to this country, not only as a physician, but as a Radiological Safety Officer in the post-war Manhattan Project where he was exposed a number of times to …

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Unite My Heart, O LORD

 Teach me Your way, O LORD; I will walk in Your truth; Unite my heart to fear Your name.  Psalm 86:11 יָחַד yachad to be (or become) one:—join, unite Reading this Psalm recently, the first word of the last line really touched me…UNITE…Unite my heart.  This phrase is about singleness of heart, a one-track heart, an …

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  “Mommy, please let me go to Suzie’s house to spend the night.” “Daddy, can I have this toy?” “Mr. Jones, I would like your permission to go on the field trip.” How often have you heard questions such as these?  How often have you, yourself, asked such questions?  We ask permission throughout life.  We …

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Resting – Sheep and Shepherds

He makes me lie down in green pastures.  Psalm 23:2a Sheep will lie down when they are: free from fear free from friction (within the flock) free of pests (flies, parasites, etc.) free from hunger The shepherd makes it possible for sheep to lie down, to rest, to be quiet, content, and relaxed. * Free …

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