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Job, Chapter 3

Last week I published just the core of my weekly study  from the Bible book of Job. This week I am publishing the entire handout sheet. I hope it helps in a practical way. Job is outside the city, isolated because he is such a messy sight, and in anguish of mind as well as …

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Diotrophes or Demetrius?

You would have to tour back to 2013 when I first published this so I am helping you. 🙂  This weeks lesson I am preparing for my regular Bible study group is coming right from this devotional thought.  I am currently preparing studies from the “one chapter” books in the Bible.  It has been an …

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A Christmas Doodle

Christmas time is here again. In the local stores it has been for sale since before Thanksgiving. Since Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, I wait until Advent to start my Christmas. Oh, I admit, I play my playlist of Christmas songs sometimes other times of the year, and occasionally, I buy items right after Christmas …

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The Bag Lady

via The Bag Lady

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A Flag Day Doodle

Elizabeth “Betsy” Ross did not have a fancy sewing machine.  In fact, she didn’t even have a simple treadle machine because the first American sewing machine was not invented until 1846.  The first flags she handstitched were for the American Navy because they needed flags to identify them.  She stitched together thirteen stripes (seven red, …

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The Wild Apple Tree

Originally posted on Tom Heck:
When we bought this farm, there was a small, old heifer shed up on the hill west of our barn.  It was in bad shape, but we used it for a number of years to house our mid-sized heifers.  In those early years, we didn’t have a skid loader to…

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Putting Away Christmas

I thought about this past post while I was out in my very cold storage barn getting boxes for storing away Christmas decorations and thought it should be good for another read.  It still is very true.  And it is short.  Short is always good for bloggers, in my opinion. via Remnants of Christmas

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Mr. Tipster’s Long Sleep

The life of a hamster is rather short-lived.  A hamster owner should know from the very start that the relationship will be short so lavish all the love you can on your hammie while you can. On August 8th Mr. Tipster, my third hamster, was lively, ate from my hand and we had a delightful …

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Dear American: Letters from the Desk of Ronald ReaganReview.

Editors Ralph E. Weber and Ralph A. Weber produced a volume of letter taken from the files at the Reagan Presidential Library, The book is published by Doubleday Press, New York, New York in 2003.  The volume I read was a large-print edition published by Thorndike Press, 2004.  Because it is large print, the book …

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Me, Colin, and the Constitution

Colin Kaepernick and I have never met, although we have some things in common.  He is an NFL quarterback  and I am an NFL unsigned free agent.  We share many of the same physical attributes.  (See … Source: Me, Colin, and the Constitution

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