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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Thus says the Lord: In Ramah is heard the sound of sobbing, bitter weeping! Rachel mourns for her children, she refuses to be consoled for her children – they are no more! Jeremiah 31:17 *image credit Advertisements
Absolutely adorable video of the Christmas narrative. Enjoy! h/t: Rome Reports
Today is the 1st anniversary of my first blog, ever! I survived and the blog is still active, so I feel like I can celebrate. Hooray! I wrestled for several years with the idea of starting a blog – I … Continue reading
“Hear me and understand well, my son the least, that nothing should frighten or grieve you. Let not your heart be disturbed. Do not fear that sickness, nor any other sickness or anguish. Am I not here, who is your … Continue reading
Today is the 1 year anniversary of beginning this blog. I have an anniversary post that I’ve been working on, but it may not get posted today. Just to bring some balance to the serious nature of what I write … Continue reading