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Nuggets of Hope 24 – The King’s Beauty

This morning I began my day with a walk to see the horses in the field at the end of our crescent. Although the weather forecast tells me a blast of winter is coming, this morning I can still taste, … Continue reading

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07. May 2020 by Wisdom Hunter
Categories: Covid-19 Nuggets of Hope, Eschatology | Tags: , , , , , | 1 comment

Nuggets of Hope 20 – Deliver us from Evil

Deliver us from evil. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians are in shock because of the recent tragic sequence of events in Nova Scotia in which twenty-two victims lost their lives to a crazed gunman. There are many … Continue reading

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25. April 2020 by Wisdom Hunter
Categories: Brokenness and Wholeness, Covid-19 Nuggets of Hope, Faith and Suffering, Reflections on Life | Tags: , , , , , , | 4 comments

Nuggets of Hope 13 – All Things

All things. Yes, I did mean all things. All things work together for good.  All things? Everything? Yes, all things. That’s what it says. Romans 8:28. You know the verse. Even COVID-19? Lord, surely you couldn’t mean that. Yes, yes … Continue reading

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05. April 2020 by Wisdom Hunter
Categories: Covid-19 Nuggets of Hope, Faith and Suffering, Reflections on Life | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 comments

When the lights go out

Derek Prince tells of a young Swedish woman named Barbara, who stayed with him and his wife Ruth for a period of three months to learn English. While staying with them, she told them a story. Barbara was a pastor’s … Continue reading

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05. September 2019 by Wisdom Hunter
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Streams in the Desert

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15. April 2019 by Wisdom Hunter
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Perspective on the eve of an election

Tomorrow the people of Ontario will choose a new provincial government. This has been one of the most hotly-contested and tumultous elections I can remember. We live in a time of increasing social contention. Many people have strong views on … Continue reading

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06. June 2018 by Wisdom Hunter
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Here comes the sun

Tomorrow I will turn sixty-five years old. And as old guys like me are wont to do, I have been remembering past birthdays. When I was a boy, what I loved most about my birthday was being able to have … Continue reading

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21. April 2018 by Wisdom Hunter
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What I want for my grandchildren – and for you

This morning, Marion and I got to see Sophie, Livie and Maddie Rose – our three Kansas City cuties – opening the Christmas gifts that we had ordered for them. The wonder of video technology made it possible for us … Continue reading

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25. December 2016 by Wisdom Hunter
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Knocking on heaven’s door

This morning at church, I did something perfectly ordinary. I left my seat and stood in the aisle to let Grace pass by so that she could sit with her older sister and her parents. We had just finished singing three beautiful … Continue reading

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23. October 2016 by Wisdom Hunter
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Summer Reflections

In the coolness of a summer morning, I sit outside and sip my coffee and take in the beauty all around me. A quiet breeze rustles the leaves of the majestic maple in my neighbour’s yard. Wind chimes hint of faraway … Continue reading

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03. July 2016 by Wisdom Hunter
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