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MEMORIES OF KATRINA REFUGEES TEN YEARS LATER

This month is the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina – the devastating storm which struck Eastern Louisiana and Western Mississippi with such force the life style of many was forever changed.   712 more words

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Torture greater then death

When I came for adoration, an inner recollection took hold of me immediately, and I saw the Lord Jesus tied to a pillar, stripped of His clothes, and the scourging began immediately. 288 more words

Chucking out Dead Paper

Not long ago, I went to my family home.

I was clearing through my room.

I found something I had typed up years ago.

My stomach sank. 143 more words

Poetry

Hitting Rock Bottom

I reached my rock bottom a while back – both physical and spiritual. I was at a point where I couldn’t go anywhere. No body could tolerate me for a few minutes. 606 more words

Family

Chosen Souls

On one occasion, Jesus gave me to know that when I pray for intentions which people are wont to entrust to me, He is always ready to grant His graces, but souls do not always want to accept them: … 320 more words

Meet my kind

Corners, made from paper

Restrict the very purpose they were created for; liberation.

You tell me, I need to be worthy of an education to gain one? 372 more words

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