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Up to this point, I've lived my life constantly trying to change who I am. I found myself always trying to "fit in", or blend in, with the crowd. I always avoided bringing attention to myself by not standing out or being different, even though I was. Over the past year or two, I observed some of the people around me that have the "I don't care about anything or anyone, but myself" attitude, which I used to admire. I admired it until I realized I was trying to be someone I'm not. People with that attitude always appear to be so happy and carefree, and I was jealous of ...

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I can remember many times in my life where I prayed and prayed, it felt like forever to get an answer or it wasn't the answer I wanted at all! When I got out of high school I knew what I wanted to do and I knew I couldn't wait to go to school. Recently, I have been praying for two years for what God wants me to do and where He wants me to go. I still do not know where he wants me to go, but my answer will be coming soon! I am so nervous but I am so excited to see where He wants to take me! Waiting for God's answer can be so hard for us Christians. When God prom ...

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This was originally published on my website: melodyharstine.com on July 5, 2012 I had a core meltdown today. A call-your-mama-and-cry kind of meltdown. Why? Two things triggered the onset of emotion, but the real reason is far deeper, and I'll get to that. I'm a freelance writer. I love what I do. I work from home, make my own hours, and get to have the flexibility to do most things I want when I want. The setback to my job? There is a real ebb and flow to the business. Sometimes I'm crazy busy. Other times I'm not. Over the three years I've been in t ...

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Here I am sitting on our porch, Marie is knitting and I’m doing this note. It’s pouring out, but I’m enjoying so much the sound of the rain on the roof and seeing the drops coming down. I enjoy the porch so much. I remember going over to my Grandfathers house as I was growing up either after school or during the summer, he’d be sitting on his porch rocking back and forth while I sat on the top step waving to all the folks we knew riding by in their car. In those days it would be every other car, now a-days you’d be lucky if you new one or two riding by an ...

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Water From the Well a Christian Website, that is dedicated to following the Great Commission, spreading the Gospel to a lost and dying world. Our goal is to make the good news available to all, one word at a time.

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Encouraging good men to be great at home, work and life.

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I am almost perfect-note the "almost". Just ask my wife of 51 years. No, wait, don't ask her. She doesn't see everything like I do. Leaving our townhome early this morning to go meet a friend, the backdoor didn't close properly(why don't they close themselves?). Jean soon discovered a deep 38 degree chill flowing in around her. Not too good. Yesterday, I left a water hose running in the front and a neighbor came to tell me Noah had just floated by with the animals waving hello. Not too perfect. My excuse-I was very tired from watching sports until after 12 pm. M ...

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Evil; hate and intolerance, is real and ugly and toxic in this world. We must overcome it. It is, unfortunately, all too common among men of and from all ages. We have witnessed this evil at home and in years past as terrorist have devastated our country. Recently, in the attacks on our embassies and countrymen abroad we continue to witness this truth, as we have in murderous attacks and violent aggression throughout the Middle East by men ranging from very young to their fathers and grandfathers, as have their ancestors before them. This ongoing conflict is oft ...

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Have you ever wondered why we get so upset when things don’t go as we painstakingly plan in life? You may be thinking, that’s a stupid question, it’s normal to be upset when things don’t turn out like we want them to; end of story. But is it? It’s true that disappointment is an inevitable part of life, but if it’s stealing your joy or leading to discouragement, maybe it’s time to take a look at what could be driving it. Disappointment is the result of a blocked goal, a hurt; or perceived loss of some kind. Loss usually gives rise to feelings of anger, h ...