Monthly Archives: December 2016

His Worst Fear Realized!

“It was midnight.  The woman closed the curtains and huddled on her bed.  Tim should have been home hours ago, why hadn’t he called.”  This was the opener to Johnny Boyce’s new novel he’d already titled “Shocked Life-No Answers.”   … Continue reading

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A Second Look

While I traveled through The back pages of my mind In search of something meaningful To calm my awareness of failure, I realized under layers of Forgotten dreams That my heart had been disappointed To the Point of Despair   … Continue reading

Posted in Acceptance, Adversity, Belief, Choices, Claustrophobia, Courage, Darkness, Depression, Faith, Fear, Feelings, Grief, Healing, Identity, Learning, Letting Go, Life, Memory, Morale, New Covenant, Peace, Perseverance, Persistence, Perspective, Quiet Time, Resolutions | Leave a comment

Imagining the Call of Elisha the Prophet

The First Meeting It is a scene played out somewhere in this agricultural land. A tanned, muscular young man, is plowing a field, just one of many laborers that day. Suddenly he stops to remove an obstacle. He notices a … Continue reading

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