Category Archives: Mercy

God Knows Our Heart

“My prayer group and pastor prayed over me and it should never have happened. It’s okay though because God forgives.”  She stated this with conviction. As I looked at her lovely face I felt certain that she had misunderstood her … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye, and Hello

I’ve heard very smart people say that their scientific minds won’t allow their belief in God, because He can’t be “proved.” I’m here to tell you that Al Angelino had a great scientific mind, and he believed! Continue reading

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Enter the Chaos

My sister is a nurse. She’s worked in a hospital her entire career. She’s compassionate and merciful. As an RN Case Manager, Linda is often tasked with helping families decide where to place patients who can no longer live independently.  … Continue reading

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Abortion, Forgiveness and The Year of Mercy

I’m convinced that abortion has become so prevalent that too many have been touched by it. Continue reading

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Show Mercy

Tom and I did something out of the ordinary last Thursday.  Tackling rush hour traffic, we headed to St. Mary’s Seminary in Houston to hear John Allen speak.  Mr. Allen is a journalist with extensive time and experience covering the … Continue reading

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