Monthly Archives: May 2016

Precious Memories

The first time I remember visiting graveyards was when I was 8 in May of 1958. After dinner on the ground at our house in Vinita served on long tables made out of boards, we drove to the cemetery at … Continue reading

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Just Like a Child

When my grandsons were little, they delighted in bringing me flowers from the yard, so I put the little precious dandelions into little jars of water for them to enjoy. When they came back a day or two later, they … Continue reading

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God’s Treasure Book

We’ve been watching a National Geographic Channel show recently called Diggers about 2 crazy-acting guys who travel around with their metal detectors and uncover “artifacts” that have been lost to time. Most of the time it is stuff like old … Continue reading

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Job’s Wife

Things were looking pretty good for Job and his wife. In the prime of their lives, they finally had their kids raised, had a nice home, with plenty of money in the bank. Job was a well-known leader in the … Continue reading

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