Monthly Archives: October 2014

Devotion: Blood Vessels

What is a blood vessel? I am. You are too, if you’re a follower of Christ.

The word “vessel” simply means a hollow container made to hold or transport contents of one type or another. And isn’t that what we are, you and I as Christians? Just empty vessels the Lord has “prepared unto every good work” by filling us with the Holy Spirit, making us able to transport the life-giving blood to every part of the body of Christ.
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Sherlock, Shakespeare and Saxons

I am a word nerd. I love words. I love grammar. I love etymology. I love vocabulary. I know the difference between nauseous and nauseated, fewer and less, affect and effect. I know when to use who and whom. I cringe … Continue reading

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Story Trumps Style

~Guest Post By Eva Marie Everson Every writer knows that there are a few books gracing the bookstore shelves out there called “style books.” I fear that is a misnomer. Perhaps they should be called “rule books.” A period goes … Continue reading

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