An impossible prayer….
…an incredible answer…
…and a twenty year wait.
This week my “Yuletide” camellia bloomed for the first time. My absolute complete favorite color and form – and the only one like this I have for this season of the year.
Today I expanded the drop-down menu for this blog, adding links to the four Bible lesson video blogs on this multisite.
And I added a link to my Statement of Faith.
Things to be thankful for today:
- Single pink
- Single white
- Dwarf double white (shown)
- Dwarf double red
Engine computer is out.
My neighbor removed the faulty engine computer of my F-350 today and charged me nothing. (Next move, mail the faulty computer to a repair shop.)
Six more Bible lessons published.
That may not seem like much, however, it marks the end of a many weeks stand-down as I re-engineered the entire video production process. Two videos at Eternal Weight of Glory and four videos at Practical Christian Living.
Fresh bread and hot meat.
A fresh loaf on the counter, and two roasts, beef and pork, hot in the breadmaker.
The earth suffers for the sins of its people, for they have twisted God’s instructions, violated his laws, and broken his everlasting covenant. – Isaiah 24:5
More and more today, people are calling sweet “bitter”, and calling bitter “sweet” as they proclaim “politically correct” moral dogmas that are directly opposite to the Everlasting Covenant which God made with all of us through Noah.
Which one of your sins is too big for the Blood of Christ Jesus to wash it away?
— Henry H. Martin
Mark 16:16 – A Personal Journey
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In Little Conestoga Creek
East Petersberg, Pennsylvania
At 3:30 in the afternoon
Forty-five years ago