Running with Cancer by Will Wright

Have you ever had that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach? You know, the one where just for a moment, time stands still. Once you have heard the words, “you have cancer”, that sinking feeling can be tied to those words. When things come up about our health that cause anxiety, it can be difficult to come up with words that may describe the fear we feel. Maybe we are too afraid to voice what we do feel. 

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King David’s Faithfulness to Jonathan and Kindness to Mephibosheth (A story of Thanksgiving by Tofey Leon)

I suppose some of you, maybe even many of you are not familiar with the name Mephibosheth. Well, there are actually two Mephibosheth’s mentioned in Scripture. The older one was a son of King Saul, the brother of Jonathan. He is written about in 2 Samuel 21. The younger Mephibosheth, whose story I wish to discuss, is first mentioned in 2 Samuel 4:4. Along with King David, he is a central character in the historical narrative told in 2 Samuel 9. It is as follows:

 2 Samuel 9

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Power Restored

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sally, I have taken notice of two glorious words…”Power Restored”.  These two words have been passionately shouted and shared with family, friends, neighbors and especially posted on social media.  Being without power after many storms in my life, I completely understand and can relate to the immediate joy and gratitude when the power clicks on.

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