Tag Archives: eschatology

The angel

I know an angel. She’s the deli counter server who smiles when taking my order. He’s the fourteen-year-old who dreams of winning $10 million to give to Parkinson’s research because his grandpa suffers from the disease. They’re in the bus … Continue reading

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We the Saints

Death will be no more … for the first things have passed away… ‘See, I am making all things new.’ (Revelation 21:1-6a) Who are the saints? And, who cares? I recall an image of running the Boston marathon described by … Continue reading

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Waiting, still

Waiting for a response is not easy. After texting someone I’m usually impatient to get a response from them. Anything. And when they don’t, my blood starts to boil! This whole notion of texting etiquette is a new one, of … Continue reading

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