Monthly Archives: May 2010

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO

Although my father had dementia we continued to minister to him during the closing days and hours of his life.   You can imagine how encouraged I was to read the following article from the Spring 2010 “Bits of SonShine” … Continue reading

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MRS. BROWN

Here’s something else I came across while going through some of the “stuff” that I saved over the years.  This is from 2006 and was written in memory of Mrs. Brown, a nursing home resident that we came to know … Continue reading

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DECEPTION

Many in the “Protestant” church do not understand that Roman Catholic teaching contradicts the teachings of Jesus and the teachings of the Bible.  In fact Rome’s gospel is no gospel at all because it is “another gospel.” Recently I spoke … Continue reading

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TIME – A Poem

Time, it slowly slips away, Time, each moment and each day, Time, the tick tock of the clock, Time, night cometh, death will knock. *** Time, much shorter than was thought, Time, what has our labor wrought, Time, the tick … Continue reading

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HOPE – A Poem

Will you let hope slip away, Will you hearken while it’s day? Oh what darkness, oh what sorrow, To live lost all your tomorrows. *** This is all I want to say, Will you let hope slip away, And leave … Continue reading

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