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MANDATES AND WEARY CHRISTIANS

“I’m just not watching anymore TV,” stated my friend.   We had just attended a meeting in which someone said the mess in our country was our fault, speaking of senior-aged Christians, laying the blame on our lethargy in letting “stuff” … Continue reading

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REMEMBER THALIDOMIDE?

I looked online to see if there were any cautions against people prone to blood-clotting (taking blood thinner) taking the covid19 vaccine. No problem at all! How about side effects on pregnant women? No problem at all! If either of … Continue reading

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MANKIND BECOMES EXTINCT?

PRESENT PRACTICES WHICH WILL BRING THE EXTINCTION OF MANKIND BEFORE GLOBAL WARMING HAS A CHANCE! I am doing an edited post from blog in February, 2017. I believe it is worth another read from a different perspective. ************  Situation One:   … Continue reading

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WAITING

“Looks like fun goes on down there.” “I wonder whether my mom and dad are at the party.” “What makes us think we even have a mom and dad?” Such statements could be heard among all the little personalities who … Continue reading

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HOW OLD WILL I LOOK IN HEAVEN? 3/14

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known” 1 Cor. 13:12 There will not be ethnic groups (Jew nor Greek) male or female (Gal. 13:28) That’s … Continue reading

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REVIEW NOT WANTED

So this is the week Amy Roney Barrett heads to the hot seat. There is a lot at stake. Constitution as written or Constitution as living – changing to suit cultural whims. If the Constitution means anything. it has to … Continue reading

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THE AFTERMATH

Thousands of after Talak  in a land across the waters, decisions were being made.  Which child lives?  Which child dies?  Do I have enough income for another mouth to feed?  Does it fit into my life’s goals?  Will the community … Continue reading

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THIS ONE INCH PIECE OF LIFE

“Will you take it and drop it in the lake?”  I asked Sammy. “Yes,” he replied, “but he probably won’t last long.  He’s a tropical fish.” “I know, but I’m tired of him.  I’ll let nature take it’s course.” “It … Continue reading

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TALAK’S CHOICE

Life was hard for Talak.  The fields did not produce enough harvest; he had too many mouths to feed; he was not as strong as he used to be; he could not provide little tidbits of luxury for his wife … Continue reading

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LAND OF SNOW CONES

I’ve peeked through this door before, It’s a land where children dwell. I was not allowed to enter I was not born alive and well. I never learned to eat or walk Never heard my mother talk. I guess they … Continue reading

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