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Aug

26

On the Sixth Day of the Lord

Arriving at the steps of the Capital a crippled Wilson was in tears as Harding bounded up the stairs to give his speech, taken then to a back entrance in a wheelchair to witness his undoing. As God would have it Harding whose time was fraught with frustration and complications would come a full six […]

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Aug

21

The Blind Man

The Blind Man John 9 Though we are born blind like piglets some come to sight from parents, some from hearing the still small voice of the Holy Spirit. You know God does reveal Himself to children with miracles great or silly, daily when you look for them. It could be a newt coming out […]

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Aug

12

Suicide

Dialogue on Suicide Been wondering…man? this idea of suicide, man? is there even such a thing? We get ground down, scarred up, displaced completely lose our face even in our own mirror, broken in a thousand ways. Can’t even begin to find our place in the chapter on grace. Knew a man once, man, so […]

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Aug

4

My Father’s Boots

My Father’s Boots Sits atop a Gibraltar of new plowed snow with channels, trails and parapets over the creek, plays all day long till winter haloed lights come on over the lot, back when we had three feet for Thanksgiving, and it didn’t let up until a January thaw when drifts on country roads went […]

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