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Though The World Grow Dark, You Will SHINE As Promised

… and a mighty God listening and acting on your behalf.
Receive your blessing and your reward. Because “If you were of the world, the world would love it’s own”. And boy do they ever love their own. but truly I tell you they already have their reward Continue reading

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A Time To Clean, A Season for Every Purpose Under Heaven

It’s time to do some intensive Fall cleaning. I walked around our home this morning and took inventory: cluttered closets, cobwebs, dusty corners and neglected nooks, and I felt overwhelmed. I was amazed how quickly it all became disorganized and, well, … Continue reading

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A Radical Thoery

When something wakes me up before 7 a.m. on a Sunday morning I am inclined to pay attention. It wasn’t so much a dream in the usual sense. To describe it best it was more like the narrative of a … Continue reading

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12 Things That Remind Women It’s Not Always Better Single

For a single lady it’s important to remember all of the perks attached to being  -well, un-attached. However, there are some things along the solo path that have a funny way of making you, perhaps momentarily, forget exactly what those … Continue reading

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Paving Eden

“It is sad and ironic that two centuries of scientific and technological achievements seem to have convinced humanity that God has no part in the creation. Through study and genius, the greatest minds have touched the very edges of God’s … Continue reading

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Remorse and Forgiveness

A Review of Peter Meinke’s “Untitled In Peter Meinke’s untitled poem the speaker tells a guilt-laden apology for having broken his son’s spirit which had damaged his core sense of self-worth. Within the lines depicting the speaker’s abusiveness toward his … Continue reading

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Written Words of Past

Past: noun.; 1 a : time gone by b : something that happened or was done in the past 2 a : the past tense of a language b : a verb form in the past tense 3: a past … Continue reading

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Juggling for the Modern Woman

The Definition of Juggling For the average person, learning to juggle is a precarious and clumsy process. It is no more natural than a rhino attempting a hand stand. But the laws of gravity are pretty clear: what goes up … Continue reading

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What Is Success?

 “I didn’t fear failure. I expected failure.” –Amy Tan I realized a profound thought: I’m more afraid of success than failure. When I fail, I live up to the expectations and “I told you so” mindset of others. It is … Continue reading

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