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COVID’S WEAPON – FEAR

        In these days of Covid, one is not allowed to feel puny!  And I fell for it.  Okay, I’ll back up a bit.         Last week I began to feel bad, slept a lot, and took a lot of … Continue reading

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PUT ME IN REMEMBRANCE, talking to God about death, part two

Several years ago I wrote a paper called “Put Me In Remembrance,” which was I was inspired to do at the bidding of Isaiah 43:26 where God said, “Put me in remembrance…..” God keeps record of my acts for him, … Continue reading

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PUT ME IN REMEMBRANCE, talking to God about death, part one

Several years ago I wrote a paper called “Put Me In Remembrance,” which was I was inspired to do at the bidding of Isaiah 43:26 where God said, “Put me in remembrance…..” God keeps record of my acts for him, … Continue reading

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OVERCOMING FEAR

“It looks like the star of Bethlehem that the wise men followed,” Sadie thought.  “That’s a good sign.  I’ll begin again.  I’ll do better next time.” Home again after two years of medical procedures and therapy, she was dependent on … Continue reading

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PEACE not PANIC

  I posted this three years ago.  I believe it bears repeating.   The very fact that God revealed himself as Jehovah-shalom (the God of Peace) indicates that his plan is to be with one in trouble instead of insulating … Continue reading

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WHAT’S THAT?

  The scurry of mice, The dreadful one-ounce monsters, In the pre-dawn hours. ************* May it be that all your Halloween scare were no more serious than scurrying mice!  😀 Challenge was to use synonyms for fright and night in … Continue reading

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JUDGEMENT DAY IS COMING

Recently a mother here in Oklahoma was given a long prison sentence because her 8-month-old had drown in a bucket of mop water.  She gave conflicting stories of how the baby happened to fall into the water.  Obviously the jury … Continue reading

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NEEDLESS FEAR

Bedroom revisited, twenty years past the scary night. Scratching limbs on a roof top Can give a girl an awful fright.   Twittering Tale #54

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BOO!

MIST ENTERED THE ROOM ASSUMING AN EERIE SHAPE, FILLING US WITH FEAR. ************** Now here I’ve gone and wrote something Halloween-ish when I had a perfect opportunity to describe a stunning, marvelous mist shimmering from the half-moon shaped mountain lake … Continue reading

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HE HAS ENLARGED MY PATH

A little make-believe story to illustrate a scripture “Thou hast enlarged my steps under me; so that my feet did not slip” (2 Sam. 22:37). Once upon a time in the land of Baca, there was a poor family who … Continue reading

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