Tag Archives: tradition

“SMELLS” OF THANKSGIVING

 Numbers 29:2 and others scriptures say that burnt offerings are a pleasing aroma to God.  These scriptures have troubled me in the past.  I would think, “Why, God, would you like the smell of sacrifices being burned?”  I believe I have one answer.  Let’s … Continue reading

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A LITTLE CHILD

“Why do you have Danny’s clothes in the bottom drawer and my clothes in the top drawer where I can’t reach them?” questioned Sammy to his mother. Danny was the older brother, two year’s taller than Sammy.  Mom laughed as … Continue reading

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PETE AND AMY STORY #3

I promised someone another story set in the pre-World War II days, so here goes.  Got your rear view glasses on.  Look in my memory bank. Pete—burning tumble weeds out of fence rows, being careful not to burn the posts. … Continue reading

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