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Sue Davis Potts
Potts Pages - Whiter than Snow
January 13, 2018

We have just experienced our first snowfall of the winter in West Tennessee. As I stood from inside my warm house and looked outside the major thing that I noticed was the whiteness that blanketed every thing in sight. Freshly fallen snow is so pristine and clean.

Potts Pages - Savor the In-Between
December 29, 2017

It’s almost New Year’s but not quite yet. It’s that in-between time when we don’t really know what to do with ourselves. The excitement of Christmas is over and the New Year is not here yet. We like living for the next big thing, don’t we? We want to see something coming on the horizon but what about the in-between times. I know a week is no big deal, but life has all kinds of in-betweens.

Potts Pages - Mary, the Chosen One
December 15, 2017

Every Christmas season, I can’t help but think about Mary. When the angel visited her and told her that she had been chosen to give birth to God’s son, she must have experienced a roller coaster of emotions. She was honored to be chosen but horrified to tell Joseph and her parents.

Potts Pages - Christmas Lights, Just Tradition or More
December 02, 2017

Have you put up your Christmas lights yet?  Adorning our trees and houses with lights is just one of the many traditions that help us celebrate the holidays but do we do it just because it is festive or is there another reason.

Potts Pages - Thankful for Our Position
November 22, 2017

This month we have focused on being thankful. In my blog two weeks ago we focused on being thankful for our possessions and last week we thought about how thankful we are for the people in our lives. This week we will look at being thankful for our position.

Potts Pages - Thankful for People
November 18, 2017

Last week we looked at being grateful for what we have this week we are going to thing about who we have. We have to start with our family. The Bible talks a lot about looking back on where we come from and being remembering our heritage. I realize that everyone reading this may not have come from a good family background, but hopefully, you can be thankful that your parents gave you life and there were members of your family that are dear to you. As Christians, we can go back to our Biblical ancestors and be thankful for how they walked with God to be our example.

Potts Pages - Thankful for God’s Provision
November 11, 2017

It’s Thanksgiving time again. I know it is a couple of weeks away, but it’s never too early to count our blessings. This week let’s be thankful for our material blessings. We live in a “give me more” generation, but we have already been so richly blessed and need to be thankful for God’s provision.

Potts Pages - Caring for Caregivers
November 04, 2017

Most of us have served the caregiver role at one time or another even if it was just short term during an illness or after a surgery. But for many, this becomes a new normal, when a devastating life changer or aging progression happens.

Potts Pages - A More Excellent Way
October 27, 2017

Have you ever been preparing for a trip and after looking at the directions thought that there has to be a better way than this or planning event and know that there has to be a more productive way to accomplish your goal? That is what we will be thinking about today not just a better way but a more excellent way.

Potts Pages - Character: The Real Thing
October 14, 2017

Abraham Lincoln said, “Character is like a tree and reputation is like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.” Next week, Oct 15-21, is National Character Counts week. The third week of October has been proclaimed by our president and for the last 24 years as the week to emphasize character. I am not advocating or condemn this program in our educational system but, the idea of character has been around a lot longer than this program.

Potts Pages - Listen Up
September 29, 2017

Are you listening? This question is usually asked when we can tell that we don’t have someone’s full attention. I’m sure we have all been asked this question, as well. We usually know the basic topic of conversation, but we have either zoned out or are busy trying to do something else while someone is talking to us.

Potts Pages - Seasons change
September 23, 2017

It’s officially fall. In my town, it has been in the 90’s all week, so it doesn’t feel like fall. There is not a lot of visual evidence that fall is coming, but I know the seasons will change. Soon, we will enjoy the cooler weather and see all the beauty of the changing leaves. But, if I go on just what I feel and see today then I might believe that we are going to be stuck in this hot, uncomfortable situation forever.

Potts Pages - Clear Vision
September 15, 2017

I have had to make a couple of trips to the optometrist lately, and I’ve been reminded of the importance of vision. If our vision is as it should be, it is one of those things that we tend to take for granted. But if our vision is blurred it is hard to ignore. I wish it were the same with our spiritual vision.

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