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An introduction to Lamentations

The book of Lamentations

Lamentations grieves over of Jerusalem’s fall. It’s believed to have been written by Jeremiah, but the only thing we can know for certain is that it was written by someone who was there during the siege and immediately afterwards. 175 more words


843 Acres: Reader's Choice: What's the Purpose of Giving Something Up?

Reader’s Choice: Anon: This was one I enjoyed over the Lenten season. It helped articulate that living the Christian life is not a long list of things you now can’t do, but orienting your life around saying Yes, Yes to Christ, in whom is ultimate freedom. 479 more words

843 Acres

Afresh Each Morning

“Yet I still dare to hope when I remember this:

The faithful love of the Lord never ends! His mercies never cease. Great is His faithfulness; His mercies become afresh each morning.

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Bible Verses

Never too old - Never too young

The service of God has no age limit – either upper or lower. We only limit ourselves by health and physical ability.

God does not! 157 more words

Morning Thought With Pastor Tim

How Far Our Nation Has Turned From Thee

A villanelle inspired by the book of Jeremiah.

How far our nation has turned from Thee
To Whom we once pledged our faith and trust. 152 more words


Morning encouragement

When I first typed the title I put mourning instead of morning.  He has turned my mourning into morning!  :0)

After some quiet time on the deck I noticed some flowers were doing well even in the 100 degree heat and drought.  75 more words


It's All in the Preposition

For a few seasons of my life I served as an English teacher which is probably why I occasionally get fixated on words.  I especially find myself listening intently to what people say (as well as to what they don’t say because both are very enlightening). 420 more words