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Gazebo Visiting

Sitting in the gazebo, talking with the Lord, I asked Him to visit with me, like my family and friends do. I remember, as a young Christian mom, wishing I could share some chocolate chip cookies with Jesus and we … Continue reading

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The Day Unfolds

A pretty piece of folded cloth lies before you, and you know there is something special folded inside that cloth. You have a choice. You might hurriedly tug, pull, and maybe rip the beautiful cloth (a treasure in its own … Continue reading

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Just a Thought

Originally posted on Truth in Palmyra:
My brain has limited room. What I let into it matters.

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I’ll Be There

My daughter-in-law called, and hurrying her words, said, “What are you doing right now?” “Cleaning.” “People are coming to look at the house and I only have an hour to get it ready! Can you come help?” “I’ll be there.” … Continue reading

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“This is What You Do”

Author’s Note: From 40+ years ago…just wanted to share this story of God’s gentle instruction.  I remember it so clearly and still thank God for His loving care – always! Standing at the kitchen sink, washing dishes, a memory popped … Continue reading

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In My Husband’s Eyes

My husband and I recently heard the song, “Perfect” by Ed Sherran. The lyrics contain the words, “I saw my future in your eyes.” I was 19 years old one week before my husband and I married. He was an … Continue reading

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The Answer that Never Fails

There are so many things I don’t know or understand, but of one thing I am certain. If I need an answer for myself or someone else, I always have an answer that never fails: “Take it to the Lord … Continue reading

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