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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If people were equipped with a love-o-meter, perhaps growing on top of their shoulder where all could see, what might be their love range score? If you are normal right now, you are probably saying, “What is she talking about?” … Continue reading
POKING A BIT OF FUN at God’s most brilliant masterpiece – (drumroll, please) – MANKIND! With the labor and cooperation of about two million men and women which includes several hundred/thousand computer giants, perhaps five million clocks* are set back and … Continue reading
That’s not me in the public library, but I am joining the young beauties and various other sorts there today. Having trouble with the computer at home today. Looking on the bright side, however, it did not crash. Hopefully my … Continue reading
YOU’VE GOT TALENT.!? I’ve used all those punctuation marks on purpose. I could be telling you, amazed at you, or asking you. Maybe you don’t recognize it, but you have something within you that you like to do, that you’re … Continue reading
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
Sending my hellos to everyone (keeping my haloes). By the way I wonder why I put “e” in haloes but not hellos. Which is wrong, if either? Nope, I’m right on both counts BUT my spellcheck doesn’t like it. I’ve … Continue reading
Sometime ago I was reading the “red letter” edition of the Bible and giving particular attention to the words of Jesus, trying to focus on what he might be saying to me. Matthew Chapters 1 and 2, I passed with … Continue reading
Part1 Part 2 Simeon’s words – “A piercing of the heart”—indeed, tonight my heart is not only pierced; it is ripped apart! I was at the foot of the cross! I watched him die! Die! This son of God, … Continue reading