Tides Turned By a Tid-Bit

Love is not a mustering. It is a commodity delivered to the lowly out of Christ’s great Storehouse. And for the simple asking. And constantly re-assessed as to its worth and use in the mirror of the Gospels. Just that.

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One thought on “Tides Turned By a Tid-Bit

  1. Interpretations vary greatly depending on language, some things in Spanish sound almost backwards in English and vice versa. A single misplaced or misused word can affect “meaning” greatly.
    Hence many foreign teaching assistants visiting America for the first time are given a guidebook entitled “dangerous English.”
    Quite humorous in some cases, in others not.

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