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From The Daily Spurgeon: The blood of Jesus hath a mighty tongue, and the import of its prevailing cry is not vengeance but mercy. There is a judgment however that comes from violation (sin) of the principles set down in … Continue reading
This past weekend was a really trying weekend. It started out okay. I trimmed and mowed our lawn and got a shower and napped. We were on for a gala, as our church puts it, that evening in a ballroom … Continue reading
This will be a short post today. This thought came from a post on FB. Romans 8:1 – “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the … Continue reading
I’ve been watching just like anyone else and this is what’s likely going to happen. I was born on a farm. We were as poor as some of the dirt we planted in. We had a horse, mule, and a … Continue reading
When I went to church this morning I knew the service was to congratulate the graduates. I was one of those. I go to Atlanta, GA the 24th of June 2022 to walk the stage to receive my papers to … Continue reading
I have approved the cover and completed the third edit of the book God gave me for this day. People are succumbing to this terrible tragedy daily. This permanent solution to a temporary issue can be averted if only we … Continue reading
I was washing up the dishes this evening when it occured to me this thought. I use only the surface of my being in daily tasks. There really is a very deep well inside of not only me, but every … Continue reading
Being 71 is a blessing, yet resigns me to my mortality. As I have written about in the past I was told I would not live past 60. No. Nothing about an incurable disease. My dad called it a genetic … Continue reading
I don’t normally look at my stats, but lately I’ve become more curious as to where people that do visit this page live. Granted I have only a few followers, but I am amazed at the power of the internet. … Continue reading