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Travelers can also drive from anywhere in the United States and acquire a visa at the Mexican customs station at the border. A holiday to the Copper Canyon promises to be an exciting mix of relaxation, culture, history, wildlife and hiking.

Day 58: Why Again Did We Have Kids?

Read Psalm 106 The glow of a new expectant mother. The tender moment of holding your child for the first time. The pride you feel as you show off the pictures to anyone who will look. And then your kid hits the "terrible two's". You survive that only to have adolescence hit, which is like […]

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Day 57: Promises

Read Psalm 105 I recently heard a true story that is a reminder of the value of keeping a promise. In the early 1950s, Robert was drafted by the Army to fight in Korea. His younger brother Junie enlisted in order to keep watch over his brother. Junie had but one request of his big […]

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Day 56: Clothes In Splendor And Majesty

Read Psalm 104 In his book "Your Blueprint for Life", Michael Kendrick portrays creation as a means in which God reveals Himself to us: "If God wanted to remain silent about His existence, He wouldn’t have bothered creating the stars; He wouldn’t have made the Milky Way, or Betelgeuse. In fact, He wouldn’t have made […]

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Day 55: Birds

Read Psalm 102-103 Alfred Hitchcock was one of the most influential figures in cinema. He was known as the "Master of Suspense". His psychological thrillers have left many a viewers creeped out. One such movie is the 1963 classic "The Birds". While most of his movies are far-fetched fictional tales, this movie was actually inspired […]

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Day 54: Heal or Hurt

Read Psalm 100-101 When I was in 9th grade I experienced the powerful affect of words. There was a guy in my class who didn’t like me. I think he’d had a crush on my sister and when she did not reciprocate the same feelings, he took it out on me. He bullied me. He began […]

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Day 53: King Of The Court

Read Psalm 98-99 Our home has become the gathering spot for the neighborhood kids. They're good kids and we enjoy having them around. It's not unusual to get home from the office to find a dozen kids playing in our front yard. Most of the time, a few of them are playing basketball. From time […]

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Day 52: My Dad Can Beat Up Your Dad

Read Psalm 96-97 I remember a few schoolyard scuffles when I was younger. In all actuality it was a whole lot more talk than action. Maybe a little pushing and shoving at the most. But mostly a whole lot of talk that never got backed up. Which was good in my case because I was […]

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Day 51: Worshipping Worship

Read Psalm 94-95 There's a French proverb that says, "A good meal ought to begin with hunger". Have you ever noticed that when you are truly hunger, just about anything tastes good? But a finely made meal when you're not hungry doesn't seem so appealing. Worship is a crucial part of our walk with God. […]

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Day 50: Daddy, I want to be the boss

Read Psalm 92-93 One of our daughters had quite the strong will when she was little. One time my wife told her to do something and she put one hand on her hip and with the other pointed at my wife and said, with a whole lot of sass, "I won't and you better watch […]

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Day 49: Fighting Angels

Read Psalm 90-91 Years ago I heard a story about a missionary named John Paton. He had served in the New Hebrides Islands. One night hostile natives surrounded the mission station, intent on burning out the Patons and killing them. John and his wife prayed during that terror-filled night that God would deliver them. When […]

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