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Is it hard to keep trusting that GOD is always good and we are always loved especially when what is today does not look like what you prayed for? Is it hard to keep a countenance of faith when you see the walls cracking and crumbling and you can do nothing to stop the tumbling
A few words. The same words. Again and again they present themselves for my consideration. They challenge me. They interest me. And they beg to be shared. While you can flood your world with every word exalting JESUS (YESHUA) that you can. Tell your friends. Urge your friends to do the same (the reason for
I’ve been watching movies today while I iron shirts and blouses. As I sat up the board and poured water into my iron, I caught the last few minutes of a Christmas movie – I don’t recall the name. It was a familiar theme: a court room, a youngster on the witness stand, a kindly
IDOK Devotion for Thursday, March 11, 2010 I Think I am admitting to you that I am a poor speller. Often words that I should know escape me. Today was one of those days and sovereign was the word. It won’t escape me any more though. As I keyed into my browser window the beginning
Thank you to many friends who through various social medias have sent us heart warming condolences. We appreciate you so much! We are comforted. Jerry’s request is for composure as he returns to the office today. Walking from the back door to the car door was not without tears for the both of us this morning.
Today my beloved and I are painfully aware again that life is fragile. In a moment life is swallowed up and there’s an empty space. This time it’s in the back yard. Susie. We miss her. The back yard is bare without her. She was an exceptionally good companion. Playful. Excitable. Obedient most of the