Monthly Archives: July 2014

Wind

This also appeared on July 31, 2014 in a post at jacobsbrook.wordpress.com “The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear its sound, but you do not know where it comes from or where it goes. So it is with everyone … Continue reading

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Heaven

A friend of mine believes in reincarnation. He was sharing about how a young girl in his family was the spitting image, physically and spiritually, of her deceased grandmother. He described an event where she did something exactly the same … Continue reading

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Fishing

A friend asked me if I would help him fish for sockeye salmon. “Meet me at 7:00AM at the pavillion and wear your rain gear,” he said.  We had sunny skies and 75-80 degree weather every day we were in Alaska. … Continue reading

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Change in Location for Blogs Associated with Doctorate

I am setting up another location to post for Jacob’s Brook. It will move to https://jacobsbrook.wordpress.com/. Jacob’s Brook is the blog that is associated with my doctoral work at Multnomah and many of the blogs that are in response to … Continue reading

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Kingdoms

“God loves, therefore I am.” Descartes had it wrong. His experiment was a search for God from within his own limited perspective and skepticism. It led him to the statement, “I think, therefore I am,” which is a godlike statement declaring … Continue reading

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