Devotions

Enjoy Rev. Mettey’s Writings from Throughout the Years

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you Solomon in all of his glory was not arrayed like one of these” (Matt. 6:28-29).

Katamanthano is usually given the English translation of consider. However its literal translation is “to observe well, notice carefully, learn thoroughly, CONSIDER.”

To Jesus, God spoke to people not through a distant star or through some esoteric religion, nor were his words the exclusive property of the learned or the holy. The God of Jesus spoke through the simple things, the ordinary daily happenings of life

Rev. Wendell Mettey

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Turning Our Sorrow into Joy

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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He's Still Calling Us

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Shoes for John

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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When Life is Churning Away

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Least of These

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Sandbox

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Wisdom of Knowing the Difference

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Our Own Private Rainbows

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Moisture-Rich Eyes

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Drown Proof

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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No, Instead Call the Love Squad

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Step Right Up

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Oh God, So Great is Thy Power

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Blind Crayfish

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Still, Small Voice

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Sandbox or Weedbox?

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Fish Story

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Faded Message

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Dandelion Growing in Good Soil

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Chance or Providence

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Blossoms of Nicaragua

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Daily Reminder

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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With God

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Panyagua

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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One Lone Life

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Nothing I Have Made is Unclean

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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I Was Sick

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Barbed-Wire Memories

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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United or Untied

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Incredible Weed

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Honey Bee and the Gadfly

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The End of the Movie

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Handwriting on the Wall

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Go On, Make My Day

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Even Our Hurt Hands

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Do Your Own Sweeping

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Digital Time

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Dumpster

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Consider the Daffodils

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Who Has Moved?

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Value Within

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Something You Can Keep Around Here

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Growing in the Shade

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Crowds or Persons

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Company Policy

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Cheerleading Before Empty Stands

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Changing the Channel

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Buzz, Buzz

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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An Unbroken Melody of Faith

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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An Optical Illusion

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Theological Dilemma

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Perfect Fit

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Dealing with Failure

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Beautiful Sight

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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30 Seconds to Show Time

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Flea

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Staying Plugged In

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Spiritual Food

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Sorry, Non-Refundable

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Propped Up

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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No Time to Pray

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Move Over

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Lower Your Wrecking Cost

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Lost and Found

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Just a Chirp Away

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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It Does Make a Difference

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Precious Treasure

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The End of the Driveway

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Timing is So Important

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Abundant Life

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Where the Water Goes

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Standing Together

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Spiritual Nourishment

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Settling on the Steps of the Courthouse

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Please Remove Your Cleats

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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People Also Get Stained

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Lost Person's Best Friend

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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One Small Cedar

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Loved Into the Hearts of Others

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Be an All-Weather Pilot

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Walk in the Sunlight

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Conversation

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Better Way

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Jesus, the Great Power

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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It's in the Heart

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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He Knows, He Knows

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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From Annuals to Perennials

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Construction Areas

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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An Inedible Prize

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Which God Do You Follow

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Blooming Together

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Preach Me Something

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Pass the Tissue

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Keeping Your Valuables Safe

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A New Song

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Row of Begonias

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Look Beyond This Point

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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It's Coming Your Way

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Postage Guaranteed

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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No One Showed Me

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Promise of Life

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Knowing the Sender

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Is Today Tomorrow?

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Lord is With Us

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Right Way, but the Wrong Stop

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Listening With Our Knees

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Watching Eyes

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Consider a Simple Answer

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Germinating the Seed Within Us

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Beautiful Music

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Be Good

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Worser Day

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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"Gosh, We Were Just Being Brothers."

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Every Litter Bit Helps

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Home Run

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Greater Power

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Praying for Those Who Kick You in the Shins

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Red Delicious Within Us

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Groans of Others

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Just Whistle While You Live

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Spider's Web

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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An Oasis or a Desert

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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They or We

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Making Ends Meet with God

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Littlest Measuring Spoon

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A 50-lb. Bag

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Richest Little Girl in Town

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Neither "Too Bad" Nor "Too Good"

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Turning a Phrase

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Easter Story

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The First Customer of the Day

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Cuddlers

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Matter of Looking

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Upon His Shoulders

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Bigger it is, the Harder to Turn Around

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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No More People Food

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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No Check-List Love

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Prayer... Being Imprinted by God

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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We are Not Keeping Track of You

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Dark is Never Cheap

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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First Year They Sleep

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Message and the Messenger

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Measure of a Great Man

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Gingerbread

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Coming Home

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Sparrows in the Garden

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Two Bird Locked in Combat

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Time of Need

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Rosebush

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Dirty Tears

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Hug

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Note from God

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Sign

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Take This Message With You

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Time for Goodbye and Hello

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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God Remembering Us

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Hide and Go Seek

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Finding Strawberries

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Throwaway Flashlight

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Standing in Our Own Shadow

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Price of Arguing

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Singing in the Darkness

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Plugged In and Turned On

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Too Heavy To Bear

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Good News Procession

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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The Call to the Thirsty

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Oh How He Loves Us

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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God's Night Light

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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Clapping: An Expression of Thanks

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Chorus of Patriots

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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A Calm and Deep River

Reverend Wendell Mettey wrote these Katamanthano devotions over a number of years. Katamanthano is a Greek word, which appears in the Greek New Testament just one time. Jesus used it when pointing to a nearby field, saying, “KATAMANTHANO the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin: and yet I tell you […]

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