Psalm 150 King James Version (KJV) 150 Praise ye the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary: praise him in the firmament of his power. 2 Praise him for his mighty acts: praise him according to his excellent greatness. 3 Praise him with the sound of the trumpet: praise him with the psaltery and harp. 4 Praise him with the timbrelContinue reading “A PSALMS TO SHARE!”
Just Thinking! As I was sitting with my eyes closed, my mind wandered back to the cool fall evening in 1958. On that night in a little Baptist church I was convicted by the Holy Spirit that I was lost in sin and needed a Savior. The message that night was if you wereContinue reading “JUST THINKING!”
In August 1963, a sweetheart of a lady, married me; A year later, a daughter was born, named Natalie. Our love was made, made in Heaven, Nancy was born, in November 1967; Three more years quickly past, another daughter, named June,was born, and our love remained strong, in 1972, our son was born, a boyContinue reading “A Writing!”
Everyday no one visits, everyday no one phones, everyday no one cares, everyday I need your prayers. Everyday seems so lonely, everyday seems cloudy and gray, and I see a world in strife, getting worse each day. Wait, everyday I have, someone who cares, everyday He hears my prayers, everyday I have His Sonshine, everydayContinue reading “EVERYDAY!”
We are promised delivery from affliction, not always now but in God’s timing. Psalm 34:17-20 King James Version 17 The righteous cry, and the Lord heareth, and delivereth them out of all their troubles. 18 The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit. 19 Many areContinue reading “AFFLICTION ”
My old swing, sits beneath, a large old pine; a good place to sit, swing back and forth, my back toward the South, my face toward the North. My old swing is, a great spot to think, a great place to pray, write things down, sometimes in the evening, sometimes at mid-day. My oldContinue reading “MY OLD SWING”
O, what a beautiful morning, the sunshine, drives the clouds away, O, what more can I say. O, what a beautiful afternoon, for lunch, we had turkey soup, so good off the spoon. O, what a beautiful night, the tree silhouettes, stand old so clear, in the moon light.
First Christmas. No Christmas trees, No wreathes, No Candles, No fancy trimmings, No toys and stockings. One Mother, One earthly adopted father, One Holy Father, One Manger, Some animals, Some Shepherds, Some Angels, One Baby Jesus, One Glorious Light, One Special Holy Night, One Amazing Grace!
Tonight I had the privilege of attending a Christian men’s group and read this writing! THE HUNT It’s late October, the big bucks are on the run; they have the scent of doe, the rut has begun. It’s very early in the morn, the frost still lies heavy on the corn. My heart is quicklyContinue reading “A BLESSED NIGHT!”
I don’t get out, much anymore, my legs are weak, my hips so sore. I stumble, I fall, if I don’t, use two canes, or hold onto the wall. I sit and look out, out the big window and out the door, and wish I could, walk and run, like I did before. IContinue reading “A WRITING!”