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Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 39)

I’ve suffered a number of losses over the years. Just last week I lost an art piece I had created in college through an innocent domino effect that bumped it to the floor. It was one of the few pieces that I still display. Last spring, I lost my favorite

Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 38)

“Boys, don’t get caught watching the paint dry!” This quote is from one of my favorite movies, “Hoosiers”. It’s said as the huddle breaks before the final play of a basketball game. Basically, don’t get caught waiting for something to happen. Make something happen.

Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 37)

“Boys, don’t get caught watching the paint dry!” This quote is from one of my favorite movies, “Hoosiers”. It’s said as the huddle breaks before the final play of a basketball game. Basically, don’t get caught waiting for something to happen. Make something happen.

Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 35)

Chapter 10 of Ecclesiastes reads very much like the book of Proverbs. Each verse or two is a self contained thought packed with practical wisdom without much relation to the context surrounding it. There is a lot here. And, given when they are written, kind of funny on the surface.

Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 34)

Every morning when I leave my neighborhood to go to the East Campus I have to cross Otay Lakes Road. The traffic going down Otay Lakes Road from H St. to Bonita Rd. moves FAST. The drivers across the light from me want to turn left down the hill. Sometimes

Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 33)

So what happens when we die? On this point, the wise teacher is stumped. He has no idea. The wise die. The righteous die. The fools die. The wicked die. What’s waiting for us? All he can say is, “The righteous are in God’s hands.” But we have to remember

Daily Devotional: Live in the Moment (Day 32)

When I was in high school scientists believed that the universe just keeps going and going and going. It is infinite and therefore holds infinite mysteries. It goes the other way too if you go in instead of out. Maybe you grew with the periodic table of elements and were