1. It’s strange that we’ll stuff our mouths today with a bird whose life preaches against us. For consider the turkeys, which neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them.
  2. Today, if you look closely at my left eye, you’ll see one tiny speck of powder embedded in the whiteness.
  3. I became like God’s child David, whom the Lord pardoned of his adultery and murder. I became like Noah, Abraham, Judah, Aaron, Gideon, and so many more wayward children.
  4. It may seem easy to believe in the God who changes water into wine, but it is not. For when man is at his happiest, he thinks the least of the true source of his joy.
  5. Focus on control and you’ll end up with nothing but confusion and frustration and disappointment. It’s not about who’s in control in this life but whose you are in this life.
  6. By the time we pulled off the side of the road, they had spilled out and surrounded our vehicle.
  7. One day I walked about that place I had tried to make home. I realized it was a prison cell of my own devising.
  8. “Let’s face it,” my mom once told me, while delivering a lecture on making the right moral decisions in high school, “sinning is fun.”