Monthly Archives: September 2019

Listen my children and you shall hear…

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was one of my favorite poets in college. He wrote with clarity, drawing in each reader to the scene he painted with his words. One of his poems, “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere,” written April 19, … Continue reading

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Valley of Achor

Hosea is one of the books with which I have a prickly relationship. I feel frustrated and angry at Gomer for her treatment of Hosea. Why doesn’t she just open her eyes and see the way she is treating him, … Continue reading

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Feathers and roars

My devotional this morning was discussing the enemy and his penchant to seek those who are unaware. As the writer continued, the point was made that if the enemy is a lion and the lion is roaring, then the prey … Continue reading

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