I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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Monthly Archives: March 2021
Chap 18 A lot here about sexual sins. We cannot live like the world lives with all its sinful sexual practices; we must obey God. Sanctioned sex is honorable between married partners—a man and a woman who are faithful to … Continue reading
Yesterday’s lesson on Leviticus is important as a basis for todays continuing “living lessons from Leviticus. Chap. 6:1-5 is interesting. If you steal something and then decide to return it, you must add 20% of the value. Another scripture says … Continue reading
I sat observing a great-nephew at Christmas time. Brydon had received a Lego kit. He went directly to a card table, pulled out the book, looked at the first few pages, then back to the first to see what pieces … Continue reading
Leviticus is the third Book in the Old Testament. The name stems from the Levites who were the priests from the tribe of Levi. Few Christians like to read Leviticus. It is not really a good read for me either; … Continue reading
President Biden said that there is nothing a man can do that a woman cannot do “as well or better.” That’s hogwash and would be a lie if it were said by President Trump. I’m agreeing with the general idea that women can do many things their role in … Continue reading
And a good place to do that was with Jessica. You remember Jessica? Here She was my go-to girl for nails and hair – and talk. She refused to repair my tooth problem, so I made an appt with the … Continue reading
The cabinet above belonged to my Great-grandmother Moore; it is now in the possession of my sister. Our grandchildren are now able to read some of the highlights of day. The notations are written on the inside of the two … Continue reading
First chirp at sunrise To the last tweet of twilight God’s love watches on. *********** Ronovan haiku challenge using words “chirp” and “twilight” https://ronovanwrites.com/2021/03/22/ronovan-writes-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-350-chirp-and-twilight/ Image:
There was a young giraffe named Jerry Who raced through the woods in a hurry Lions and tigers, Puma and cougars Lost sight of him in the scurry. He felt pain in his knees, But spied long-legged trees. So there … Continue reading
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