Author Archives: M. T. Chamblee

Forty More Days, Day 40 It is Finished

Those were the words Jesus spoke at the end of his life, and so on this day that celebrates the end of his death, I declare it is finished to the writing of this Lenten blog. I feel like what … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 39–The End is Near

Tonight I decided to share my Good Friday post from two years ago. It feels appropriate to the day and to how I am feeling. And so as we near the end of the 40 days, we also commemorate the … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 38–The Do Over

Every once in a while, we simply want a do over. I was talking with a friend the other day. He is exploring a new job opportunity at a time when he is burned out at his current job. “I’ve … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 37–Palm Sunday Musings

And so it begins, the final week of Lent. It feels like it got here quickly, but a few weeks ago, it felt like it was taking forever. Such is the way it is with time, I suppose. I’m thinking … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 36–On Following Through

Sometimes I can’t quite get my timing right. When I have time to do something, I don’t have energy. When I have energy, I don’t have time to do anything with it. Today, for example, I have the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 35–On Loving More

Here we are again on a Friday night at the end of what has felt like two week’s worth of week. I am continuing to honor my tired mind and body by offering a repeat of an earlier post. This … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 34–On Making Decisions

Every evening I come upstairs to my home office, log into my computer and open up this blog site. I stare at the blinking cursor of death for several minutes–sometimes longer–and contemplate what on earth I’m going to write about. … Continue reading

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