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Morris’ Musings: I Heard The Bells

This is one of my favorite Christmas Carols.  I believe the words of the song are just as pertinent today as they were when they were written during the Civil War.  The most familiar verses are: I heard the bells … Continue reading

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Morris’ Musing: USA & Repentance

For the last several weeks, I have struggled to keep my big mouth shut about the state of our nation.  Today, I am going to say what is on my heart.  And bear the consequences. The USA is still a … Continue reading

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Morris’ Musings: Tithes & Offerings

Bring all the tithes into the storehouse so there will be enough food in my Temple. If you do,” says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies, “I will open the windows of heaven for you. I will pour out a blessing … Continue reading

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Morris’ Musing: What Level of Faith Do You Have?

This quote is from my personal devotion time this morning.  It is referring to the faith of Gideon in Judges 6. “While the first level of faith believe when our emotions are favorable, the second believes when all feelings are … Continue reading

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“Then he said to the crowd, ‘If any of you wants to be my follower, you must turn from your selfish ways, take up your cross daily, and follow me’” (Luke 9: 23, NLT). Over the last few years, I find … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Mom!

Barbara J. Horner Today my precious mom celebrates her 80th birthday.  God knew exactly what He was doing when He placed me in her hands.  She is the best mom that I could have ever asked for. The two of … Continue reading

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Morris’ Musings: I Finally Get It

When I was a kid growing up in the hills of East Tennessee, Memorial Day meant the end of a school year, family picnics, days at the lake, watermelon, hamburgers, and often my mom’s birthday. To be perfectly honest, I … Continue reading

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