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The Next Chapter

Another page has turned in American history. A new chapter has begun. Biblical prophecy is unfolding before our eyes (whether we realize...

Happy New Year!

Well, we made it! The year 2020 is behind us. Finally! I can’t remember when I’ve been so relieved to see a three-hundred-sixty-five-day...

Mary's Song

Covid may interfere with usual Christmas festivities this year, but one tradition in our home remains intact—that is, watching our...

Believe . . . In Me!

My husband and I received our first (and only) BELIEVE plaque years ago as a Christmas present. Not only was it beautifully crafted and...

Covid Blues

When God said He causes all things to work together for good to those who love Him, to those who are called according to His purpose...

I Got It Handled

“I got it handled,” was a common saying at my husband’s work before he retired. So common, that anyone venturing into the office on any...

Tis The Season

The Lord God has given me the tongue of the learned, that I should know how to speak a word in season to him that is weary: he wakens me...

An Afterthought

I can’t help but add an important detail to my last post. Though I touched the fringes of it, there is a vein of revelation too rich to...

After All, God Is Just

A story in Genesis 18 came to mind this morning. Because it stood out from the many other thoughts sloshing around in my mental pool, I...

Where There's Been a Fall

Joseph and his family had scarcely crossed the threshold of the temple with their turtledoves and pigeons to sacrifice for Jesus’...

Diligence . . . With Attitude!

It happened again this morning. Hebrews 11, the faith chapter, sucked the wind right out of my sails when I read it. Instead of finding...

Use or Lose

Special thanks to all of you who take time to read my blogs. It’s been a privilege and a pleasure, and the means by which the ‘preach’ in...

The Power of Story

I’ve been working on the first edit of testimonies that will, in due time, make up a second book for the incarcerated. From what I’ve...

Isn't That Just Like the Devil

I was on my way to Animal Emergency with my sick cat when out of the blue came this disturbing line of thinking; “He’s fifteen years old....

Morning Comes

Picture, if you will . . . A watchman on the wall. That watchman is you, and your shift is about to begin. Your personal items are stowed...

A MAGGIE TALE - A Foul Business

They’d been dead for months—magnificent gold and black Koi, each a good foot and a half in length, along with our multi-colored fantail...

Dive In

My husband and I watched a drama on UP Channel a while back. Though Swell (2019) wouldn’t rank among my all-time movie favorites, the...

Big as Life

Zacchaeus was a wee little man and a wee little man was he He climbed up in a sycamore tree For the Lord he wanted to see . . . Another...

It is Well . . .

Every day there’s some unexpected newsflash being broadcast—hurricanes (shouldn’t they be running out of names for them about now?),...

Waves of Grace

My husband underwent major back surgery this past year. That operation, and the difficult season following, became for me another journey...

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