Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas Day 2012

Parents unite! We must unionize and our first order of business is to declare that Christmas morning does not begin until after 7am and a minimum of 1 cup of coffee has been properly enjoyed. All in favor say, Aye! My oldest decided to wake at 4am, considering I had only been asleep for 2 […]

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Christmas Eve 2012

Well we can no longer say that Christmas is coming – it is here! I hope all your shopping is done including buying those special ingredients for those once a year meals. Christmas can be many things to many people. For some, Christmas is a time to celebrate, a time to gather with loved ones, […]

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Tragedy, Disappointment and David

David’s road to reaching his destiny or if I can say it more simply, reaching the pinnacle of his life begins with disappointment. 1 Samuel 16 is broken into two parts. The first, him being anointed by Samuel to be King Saul’s successor and the second, is David being invited to play his harp before […]

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A Response to Tragedy

Today, I intended on uploading part 3 of the David series, However, after hearing of the tragic events in Connecticut, I thought it best to pause. As a father of four young children, my heart is broken for the families of these children and the educators who committed their lives to helping these children become […]

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David’s Disappointment Part 2

This story continues to lead us to David’s first major disappointment. Saul is now troubled and bothered by an “evil spirit” and his not too wise counselors are going to help him out. Instead of giving him the right advice – he should’ve repented to God and Samuel so that maybe his final years as […]

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Musings of Norbert