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Magic Carpet Ride Redux – Part 4

From Part 3: A Struggle Designed by God “What if the rug pulled out from under you was really a magic carpet ride designed by God?” Part 4: Celebrating Possibilities I consider one phase of my career as a 9-year … Continue reading

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Magic Carpet Ride Redux – Part 3

From Part 2: “What if your praise for God wasn’t so circumstantial? What if you mixed things up a bit, instead of thanking God for the circumstances you appreciate and begging Him to correct those you cannot appreciate, what if … Continue reading

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Magic Carpet Ride Redux – Part 2

In Part 1, I discussed how we tend to take a “wait-and -see” approach to tough times, allowing ourselves to victims of circumstance. Yet the best way to get past the challenges we face is to “step into the deep … Continue reading

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Magic Carpet Ride Redux – Part 1

[I shared a post from June 16, 2009, with someone recently who professed it had a profound affect on them. I was moved to share the article again here, this time slightly altered and in a series of shorter posts. … Continue reading

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