Timing - Sister Triangle Article

By Deanna Cook  We all want good things to happen in our lives, but too often we want it now… not later.  David was anointed king when he was a teenager and then he had to wait fourteen years.  Abraham had to wait 25 years for the birth of his son Isaac.  Noah had to wait 120 years from the time God told him to build the ark until the time of the flood actually occurred.  They all had to wait on God’s timing and the time prepared them for the next phase in their lives.    When God directs our paths, He sometimes leads…

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From the Village

Over the holidays, we played numerous board games. We put puzzles together. We skated. We tobogganed. We read books. We ate good food. We stayed up. We slept in. We sang songs and my son made some up. We laughed. The kids cried a little. We shopped a little and a lot. We wrapped gifts. We unwrapped gifts. We hugged. We decorated. I reflected. Now, as I am contemplating heading back to work and a return to our regular programming, I am a little hesitant. It is not that I do not love our daily living. I like that our…

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I have an electric wall clock that I am trying to recycle (code for throw away), but it is not an easy thing to do. It was my mother’s, and hung on the kitchen wall in our Winnipeg home. It is not in any way an object of beauty, having a basic round face set into a couple of inches of some dreadful pale pink plastic. When plugged in, it makes a whirring noise as it continues to lose time, despite all attempts to improve its performance! It also rattles at every opportunity, due to the collection of screws or…

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