~ Meditating and Memorizing ~ Psalm 46 Part 2

Thanks for coming back for seconds and finishing out this psalm with me. (If you missed Part 1 you can find it here: https://taravinson.com/2021/01/13/meditating-and-memorizing–psalm-46-part-1/(opens in a new tab) ) This second part very much “flows” from the first part. I would recommend reading the first seven verses of Psalm 46 before you get going. . […]

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1/14/2021

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~ Meditating and Memorizing ~ Psalm 46 Part 1

I don’t know how long I have been working on this passage. I think it was originally brought to my attention during staff devotions at the church I serve. The student minister used it to highlight God’s dominion over all the upheaval in our nation after the death of Mr. George Floyd. Little did we […]

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1/13/2021

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Among Us

So sometime during this crazy year, my daughters started playing a game online called “Among Us.” The best I can tell it’s a who-dun-it mystery game where the culprit is “walking” among the players. One of the players is “it” and the rest are trying to figure out who “it” is. As I read this […]

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12/22/2020

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Traditions in 2020

I was flipping through channels the other night and come across a documentary on PBS. The subject was the musical “Fiddler on the Roof.” “Fiddler” first hit Broadway in the 60s and, evidently, has had a strong global following ever since. While the television program throughly dove into the making, producing, and longevity of the […]

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Trusting Him With Her

“I love you! Watch out for the crazies!” These are the last words that I am telling my newly driving daughter these days as she heads out the door. I want to tell her so much more – “Don’t take the turns too fast,” “Be sure to use your turn signal,” “Don’t let your phone […]

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Grammatical Blessings

“God bless you’re week.” It was a sweet sentiment from one of my parents at the preschool where I work. It closed out her email and I can’t forget it. First, the grammar mistake is probably what caught my eye, but it isn’t the grammar mistake that makes it unforgettable. Yesterday, my pastor preached on […]