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Witness Well

Defining God’s Presence is Like the Air We Breathe

A promise is given to all who have placed their trust in His Name. If our time on earth is just a breath compared to eternity, can we grasp the biblical encouragement, “in just a little while?”

A poem for Good Friday

What mystery is there to reveal, What freedom can there to steal; When the Son of Man Stretches out His hand Without complaint and ne’er appeal Who goes before us in our place? To stand alone, to end… Read More

“Disappointment — His Appointment”

I came across this poem the other day from Annie Johnson Flint.  For those who may be struggling with a recent disappointment, I think you may find this very meaningful. “Disappointment–His appointment,” Change one letter, then I see… Read More

Who am I?

Who Am I? by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Who am I?  They often tell me I stepped from my cell’s confinement Calmly, cheerfully, firmly, Like a Squire from his country house.  Who am I?  They often tell me I used… Read More