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On my Way Home
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https://romi005.blogspot.com/
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my observations and thoughts written in English
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On my Way Home
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On my Way Home

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  • Six-Sentence Story: A Slice of Lemon

    The prompt for this week’s Six-Sentence Stories is “slice. ” Muttering “Slice, slice, slice…,” I casually typed the word in the search box, in the hope of finding photos that might inspire me.

  • Happy Birthday, M*****!

    Happy Birthday, M*****! Years have passed since I saw you last. You have gone back to your hometown. I have lost touch with you.

  • The Calling of Moses

    Summary of today's sermon by the Rev. F. Exodus 4:10-17 Why did God call Moses, instead of Aaron, to lead the Israelites out of Egypt, while Aaron was more eloquent, and seemed to be a better leader? The Scripture does not tell us why, but pondering on this question may reveal our attitudes toward God.

  • Philip Yancey & "Fearfully & Wonderfully"

    This week, I've been listening to the series Fearfully and Wonderfully, an interview with Philip Yancey at https://discovertheword.org/. In addition to listening to the audio files there, we can watch a video at YouTube. The video, which covers the two-week series, lasts more than 2 hours.

  • Havilah

    I am deeply inspired and blessed by today's article in Our Daily Bread, A Place of Belonging. In the first paragraph, the author, Anne Cetas mentions a Hebrew word (havilah) meaning "writhing in pain" and " to bring forth." She says, "It signifies the making of something beautiful through pain."

  • Six Sentence Story: A Personal Opinion

    From the beginning, I have been against the idea that the Olympic Games are to be held in Tokyo in 2020. When I first heard the news, I couldn’t believe it.

  • 21 Titles and Descriptions

    I'm studying John | Journey Through Series | Day 3. The author of the devotional, David Cook, says: Note also the titles and descriptions of Jesus here in John 1. Bible teacher J. C. Ryle finds twenty-one descriptions of Jesus in this chapter, such as rabbi, Son of God, King of Israel, Messiah, but now the most exalted title of all is: Son of Man (v. 51)... He is fully God and fully man. So, I read John 1 again to find the twenty-one descriptions of Jesus.

  • Moses in the Wilderness

    Exodus 3:1-12 When in Egypt, Moses was brought up as a son of Pharaoh's daughter and as a Hebrew. Living in Midian, he is a nobody.

  • A Heart-Warming Book

    I went to the handicraft shop in the morning, thinking it would open at 9:30, only to find it was still closed. The signboard said it would open at 10:00 AM. So, I went to the city library to spend time. At the entrance of the library, I found a number of books on cats displayed. One of them caught my eye.

  • Six-Sentence Story: In Memory of William

    As soon as I heard the news that William had passed away, I was reminded of the gentle face of the retired missionary from Canada, whom I had met only once in my life-- about ten years ago, when he visited the church where he used to work.

  • Completely Forgiven

    Reading The Miracle of White Snow in Our Daily Bread makes me ponder on the significance of forgiveness. What does it mean to be completely forgiven? I am completely forgiven, instead of partially forgiven.

  • An Unexpected Find

    I was glad when I found Lemmens' École d'orgue in IMSLP about two years ago. Immediately I started practicing playing the beautiful études on the electronic keyboard. The free sheet music, however, had no instruction on the best fingering, so I was not sure which fingers to use to play difficult parts smoothly. -- I had been looking for the book on the Internet, but found that it was already out of print.

  • A Chain Reaction

    During the sermon on peacemakers yesterday, the pastor quoted a verse in Romans as a secret to peacemaking. I don't take notes during sermons, so I wasn't sure exactly where in Romans the verse was found, and I didn't include it in the summary I posted yesterday. "Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves."

  • Bonanza

    Looking for new tunes that I would play at the offering during the Sunday worship service, I've found something wonderful at IMSLP (International Music Score Library Project):

  • Mindfulness in Six Words

    Here and now, just being, breathing

  • Six Sentence Stories: At a Meeting

    As soon as I answered his question, I heard them gasping.

  • My Way Home

    For a long time I was searching for my way home,

  • "Taste and See" (8)

    I've finished reading by Margaret Feinberg. The last chapter, which is short and beautiful, reminds me of the fact how meals cultivate our relationships with each other, and with God.

  • "Taste and See" (7)

    The theme of Chapter 7 of Taste and See by Margaret Feinberg is lamb. As in the previous chapters, I chuckled at the humorous expressions in the first part, appreciated the way the author summarizes some of the relevant stories in the Bible in the following sections, and I was moved to tears in the last part.

  • The Faith of Moses' Mother

    Summary of Today's Sermon (Exodus 2:1-10) Moses' mother did everything she could to save the life of her son, and entrusted him to God.

  • "Taste and See" (6)

    In Chapter 6 of Taste and See by Margaret Feinberg, the author describes her visit to Croatia, where she harvested olives with a family living there, and explains some of the stories in the Scripture in which olives appear. Olive leaves symbolize peace, and olive oil has remarkable healing capabilities.

  • "Taste and See" (5)

    You are the salt of the earth. (Matthew 5:13)

  • "Taste and See" (4)

    Chapter 4 of Taste and See by Margaret Feinberg is titled A Loaf of Bread Just Out of Oven. The writer bakes unleavened bread called matzo and reminds readers of some of the stories in the Bible in which bread plays an important role.

  • "Taste and See" (2)

    My thoughts, prayers, and so on.

  • "Taste and See" (1)

    My thoughts, prayers, and so on.

  • "Send me"

    My thoughts, prayers, and so on.

  • Discover the Word

    My thoughts, prayers, and so on.

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