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NO DECISIONS, NO RESPONSIBILITIES, NO WORK-AROUND-THE-CLOCK

  Her destination was Anywhere Else, USA.  Truthfully if she could she would leave this good ole USA.   Leave behind the responsibilities, the decisions, the work-around-the-clock world.  Head held high with eyes blurred by tears un-shed, she stumbled and skinned … Continue reading

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WAITING FOR THE BRIDEGROOM

Brad said to wait. Jenny read aloud to the sounds of the crashing waves far below.  She read the story of the bridegroom coming.* Seeing her silhouette, Brad crept quietly behind her. Timing was perfect, as he heard her read,  … Continue reading

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HIS WORDS ARE EXQUISITE!

I’m looking at three issues in Chapter 19 NIV: 1.  Verses 1-4 Everyone has been exposed to some knowledge of God via nature.  Everyone has “heard the voice” of God in that way.  If you respond and tell him you … Continue reading

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REGARDING “FOLLOW”

After four years, I’ve decided to give some blogging advice. ************* If you are new or if you are just seeking more followers, please take note.  I take my blogging friends seriously – even those of you whom I take … Continue reading

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WHY PINK? DON’T KNOW…

“Strange how they leave me in here.  Why pink?   I don’t know.  I understand the shells.  There’s four inches of water in the tub.  I swirl the shells around.  Take the blue ones to make a geometric design.   Then take the … Continue reading

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GEORGIA

  Church buildings have changed!  Yes, indeed.  Church people have changed!  Yes, indeed.  My granddad spent much of his time and resources building little churches somewhat like this, often in towns on the “wrong side of the track.”  These people … Continue reading

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SEEING LIFE THROUGH A WINDOW

She calls me Queenie and gives me her best She’s never a meanie, demands I take rest. But I look out the window, And see sights high and low.  —- A flittering “something’ catches my eye, It might be what … Continue reading

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DEATH OF THE INNOCENT

The mourning dove dies As grassy lawns disappear, In the concrete city. ***************** Thanks to Ronovan for the challenge – haiku using the words dove and grass – and to Pixabay for the image. https://ronovanwrites.com/2019/01/07/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-235-grassdove/

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SIBLING RIVALRY

  The sound of clashing all the time. As brother and sister set the line, Making rules – what’s yours; what’s mine. Mom placed boundary and fences; But found the best of her defenses – was milky white peaks that … Continue reading

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dependent

John 15:5  “I am the vine…” dependent: i’m not good enough. i’m not strong enough. i’m not rich enough. i’m not smart enough. In fact, i’m not good, strong, rich, or smart. But i’ll make it, Because HE is. I’ve … Continue reading

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