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The Poems of God

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

The drive up and down I-35 is familiar to anyone who lives in central Oklahoma. While construction detours often frustrate and result in extended travel delays, there are times along the interstate where the peaceful rhythm of driving offers time for reflection and observation. Recently, I...

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Empty No More

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

Last October I sat at the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem. The Garden Tomb is an alternate site to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre as the place for the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. Both sites have their merits and persuasive arguments. The Garden Tomb setting, however, invites its visitors...

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Trailblazing Women

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

Women’s History Month is celebrated in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom during March. Its purpose is to highlight the struggles and contributions of women throughout history and into the present day. The National Women’s History Project chose “Honoring...

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Fences, Walls, Doors, and Gates

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

In his poem, “Mending Wall,” published in 1914 Robert Frost stated the proverb, “Good fences make good neighbors.” Frost recognized that “where there are cows,” fences make good sense. However, he questioned the necessity of fences where they are not needed...

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The Pursuit of Greatness

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Collegefootballnews.com recently ranked the University of Oklahoma as the “Greatest Football Program of All-Time.” (Boomer. . .) Last summer, Michael Phelps was proclaimed the “Greatest Olympian of All-Time.” Muhammad Ali simply declared, “I am the greatest!&rdquo...

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Resolutions and Repentance

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

Have you made your New Year’s Resolution(s) yet? If so, have you developed a plan to carry them out? Changing the habits and patterns of life doesn’t just happen. These changes take place over a period of time as we intentionally practice new things, forging new habits to take the...

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