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Daily Archives: January 14, 2011
I’m in the process of catching up on my weekly quiet time write-ups, and, today, we’ll be looking at Psalm 6. There is a variety of opinion about how to interpret Psalm 6. On the surface, Psalm 6 looks like … Continue reading
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Date of Torah Stories, and Other Cool Stuff
I finished David Aaron’s Etched in Stone. I’ll probably revisit pieces of it in the future—either on my own or on this blog—since there were nuances that I missed in my reading this time. But I’ll be moving on to … Continue reading
In Honor of John Dye
John Dye has passed on, at the young age of 47. I always loved his character of Andrew, the Angel of Death, on Touched by an Angel. He was compassionate and wise—a soothing presence as a person passed from death … Continue reading
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