Category Archives: salvation

In need of an inside cleaning

This morning I could tell the sunrise was going to be special.  It took me a long time to realize a sunrise is just a sunset in reverse.  Right after the most beautiful sunsets, in minutes the most brilliant skies … Continue reading

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Do not accept friend request from the devil – he will hack you

If you have Facebook, you receive messages over and over from well meaning friends (who themselves have received messages from well meaning friends) telling you not to accept friend requests from (fill in the blank), or that they have received … Continue reading

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You usually have to earn those

I was at the Union Rescue Mission last week and had a Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Relief hat on.  One of the guys there told me he had a hat just like that.  I was surprised.  I asked him where he … Continue reading

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No Matter How Good a Person You Are

I saw someone shared something to the effect of “No matter how good of a person you are, something thinks you’re a jerk”.  That was the motivation I needed for today’s blog post.  If I think I am good and … Continue reading

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There has to be a reason

While in New Hampshire in May Diane bought a new, larger, decorative “sock” for the niger seed, or thistle seed.  The sock is a long mesh sack that holds these very small seeds that the goldfinches like.  For some reason, … Continue reading

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We’re all going someplace

Diane and I were in New Hampshire for almost two weeks and we did a lot of hiking. We did a hike on Mt. Kearsarge which is 2,937 feet.  On the one side of the mountain were trails to hike … Continue reading

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Does the weed killer recipe work?

For the last few years I have wondered if this homemade weed killer recipe really works.  I understand the concept.  Salt kills weeds.  Vinegar absorbs the salt.  And the dawn dish washing liquid would add a little stickiness to prevent … Continue reading

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