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Letter to a Dying Friend

God brought a woman named Margaret into my life just before my mother died. He knew I would need the continued encouragement and mentoring of an older woman, a woman who would be an example of faithfulness, kindness, and self-control. 1,657 more words

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A Man Named Jack

Jack Phillips is the kind of gentleman that most of us would want for a neighbor. I know because I had the privilege of meeting Jack, visiting with him, and buying one of his cakes while recently in Denver. 617 more words

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Devotional: Food for Thought

1 Corinthians 8:1-13


We know that there is only one God, the Father, who created everything, and we live for him. And there is only one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom God made everything and through whom we have been given life. 415 more words

Spirit Harvest

POW 1525: Captured, But Not Captive

The following may seem a strange blog for Ezerwoman. However, on this Independence Day of 2017, I think it an appropriate way to express gratitude for a godly man but also to explain what it is that sustains godly men (and women) in times of difficulty and peril.  2,446 more words

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Always and Forever a Daughter of God

Dear Gary,

It is with sadness too deep for words that you, my friend, mourn the death of your beloved wife. Through the months and days to come, you will think of Verdeen and all that she was to you. 620 more words

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Practice makes...

When I was 10, I was living with my mom and step-dad in Florida. Along with us was my younger step-sister whose mom sent a clarinet with her so that ‘she’d have something to do’ which is what her mom always did all the time. 2,486 more words


Teaching the Beauty of Good

What about our children and grandchildren?

Is there hope?  Yes!

It makes no difference if we’re talking about music, the Christian faith, etiquette, speech, or clothing.  184 more words

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