By Ted Furlow

 Last Sunday my wife left something in church, so she asked me to stand by for a moment as she went back. Well, a moment turned into 15 minutes – shocking, after all of these years I should have known – so I used the idle time to just sit and watch cars go in and out of the parking lot.

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By Ted Furlow

 “Come on people now, smile on your brother, everybody get together, and try to love one another right now.” 

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By Ted Furlow

 It occurred to me that we were in a predicted time of change, when the after dinner conversation became rich with argument.  

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By Ted Furlow

 The applause died down and the curtain closed, but I just sat staring. My wife tugged at my sleeve and urged me to “get a move on.” She wanted to go backstage to see our daughter-in-law and congratulate her on the successful recital of her dance school, but my mind was on the last act.

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By Ted Furlow

 With Christmas in the rear view mirror and Lent looming over the hood, my mind drifts to two recurring questions.  First, “Why did Jesus come when he came?” 

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