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The Evergreen [redux]

I came upon an Evergreen Its branches stark and bare. Its edges sharp and prickly, Poking out everywhere. Its trunk somewhat misshapen; Its needles parched and pale Its roots all bound and withered Neither hearty, whole, nor hale. Fading, failing, … Continue reading

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Designed for Service to the King

I was designed for service to the King, Uniquely made for His Purpose and Plan. He gave me eyes to see His people’s needs. He gave me ears to hear His children’s cries. He gave me a voice to speak … Continue reading

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God’s Artistry

A friend of mine, Mark Eckel, sent his blog to me yesterday called Beauty (Aesthetics). That inspired me to re-read Genesis 1.  That, in turn, inspired this poem. In the beginning, the earth had no form Only darkness and no daylight, no … Continue reading

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Every Step

Every step I take Jesus walks beside me. Every step I take He has planned for me. Every step I take Brings me one day closer. Every step I take A lap of victory. Every step I take Living in … Continue reading

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The Rest of the Christmas Story (Luke 2:25-35)

Just a baby in a manger Holy, precious heavenly child Born in humble, poor surroundings. First born Son so meek and mild. Nearby shepherds hear the story Told by angels, joyous news. Born to you this day a Savior, Resting … Continue reading

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Living Color

Living Color by Corinne Widmayer A life well-lived is sure to be A spectacle for all to see Colors rich with autumn’s gold Speak of a life which is growing old. A vibrant tablet in reds arrayed, Crimsons, cranberries, and … Continue reading

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