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Imagining life without my front teeth

When I was in 4th grade, I was in a bicycle accident with my friend Erica. My jaw broke in several places, and a few of my front teeth came out, roots and all. 968 more words

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The Triple Crown

Recently the American owned horse, American Pharaoh, won the Triple Crown in horse racing. The Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont: three races of prestige and now the horse will retire. 314 more words

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Laughter, Mockery, and Scorn

Recently I wrote of King Asa. Today, once again, I visit King Hezekiah. Indeed, I did look back through my posts and see that I have already addressed something in the life of Hezekiah three previous times. 426 more words

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Good King Asa?

Theologians and Bible teachers often refer to Asa, the third king of Judah, as being “good King Asa.” Admittedly, Asa did achieve many good things during his 41 year reign over the Southern Kingdom of Judah. 443 more words

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"He Giveth More Grace"

Annie Johnson Flint is an inspirational poet that wrote out of her own experiences. He poetry is rich. Unlike the “free verse” of our times, her poetry digs deeply into one’s soul because she was willing to expose her own soul in the writing. 340 more words

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After Easter

Six decades have come and gone on the calendar of my life. Yet, this morning I experienced a first Easter that truly moved my heart in a powerful way. 511 more words

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Little Green Bugs with Red Eyes

After a week of eventful stomach and intestinal virus “bugs” in the house, my daughter described the germs as “little green bugs with red eyes” jumping on the beds, flying into hair, splashing in the shower, and laughing with wicked peals. 273 more words

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