Author Archives: Sara Davison

Trust and Obey – Is There Really no Other Way?

One of the earliest Sunday school songs I remember singing is, “Trust and Obey”. As I’m sure many of you remember, the words are: trust and obey, for there’s no other way, to be happy in Jesus, than to trust … Continue reading

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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

Every day, some new article on how to maximize productivity lands in my inbox or appears as I scroll through Facebook. The one I got yesterday promised me that if I followed this person’s plan, I could have an entire … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving is not a Feeling

Sometimes I just plain don’t feel all that grateful. Which is to say, at certain times the very few things I am currently experiencing in my life for which I am not terribly thankful overshadow those many, many blessings for … Continue reading

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One Person at a Time

I always say that, for an author, writing the book is the easy part. The next hardest is getting someone to publish it, but by far the hardest part of all is getting anyone to even hear about it, let … Continue reading

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A New Thing

At the writing retreat I attended a couple of weeks ago, one of the speakers read a verse from Isaiah 43 that I have been pondering ever since: Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do … Continue reading

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The Actual Greatest Love of All

For three days this week, I attended a writer’s retreat on the beautiful conference grounds in my city. It was a wonderful time of reuniting with old friends and making new ones. As it always is, it was a joy … Continue reading

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Just Tell Me Why

A few years ago, my daughter and her friends were standing in their schoolyard across from a dollar store. They noticed a teenaged woman running out of the store with a big bag in each hand. As she hurried across … Continue reading

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