Monthly Archives: November 2012

Good and Evil

Even though Adam and Eve lived in a utopia in the Garden of Eden, They wanted more. They attempted to set themselves up as God’s equal and to determine their own standards when they gave in to temptation. Satan, from … Continue reading

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Forever

Not long ago the heater core began leaking inside my old truck. With some assistance from YouTube videos I managed to take apart the dashboard and replace the core. I have also had to replace other things around our place, … Continue reading

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When the Music Fades

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year. It’s not only a time to be thankful, it’s a time to be with loved ones, eating and reminiscing about the past, and to talk of the future. It’s a time of year … Continue reading

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Thank You, Father

Old and rundown, the house with unpainted, weathered board siding offered little to attract attention.  When first built, it had been a shotgun style but as owners came and went, lean-to rooms were added giving the house a lopsided appearance.  … Continue reading

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I’m Thankful

As we enter this holiday season it’s time, once again, to reflect on the many blessings God has given us. So here I’d like to share with you a piece of what’s in my heart: I’m thankful for my beautiful … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is this week and we are reminded to be thankful for the life God has given us. Bible verses about thanksgiving have a way of shaping our hearts into gratitude towards God. Every one has something to be thankful … Continue reading

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Thankful for the Dance

Everyday our lives are filled with the unforeseen. Sometimes those unexpected happenings are good and acceptable. But there are times when unpredictable occurrences come in like a whirlwind heaping damage and destruction upon us. And we are often left feeling … Continue reading

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Fearfully And Wonderfully Made

Reprinted by request.   Born much too soon, the tiny, premature infant could not survive outside his mother’s womb.  The expectant mother had been admitted to the hospital earlier in the day with labor pains.  Every effort was made to … Continue reading

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Goodness and Mercy

Recently I saw a pastor preaching on goodness and mercy and he gave the most beautiful illustration I’ve seen in many years. It’s been on my mind for the 30 or so hours since I saw it but it’s lessons … Continue reading

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Compromise

The elections are over. Now all the pundits are explaining the reasons for victory and failure. One of the buzz words I have often heard over the last few days is compromise! That word, according to my thesaurus means “concession, … Continue reading

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