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Trip to Jellystone Park
Trip to Jellystone Park
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This song is really pretty!!
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Part III of A Greater Purpose is on my blog! (Hint hint!!)
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Have you ever want he'd this? I loved it!!!
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Dear followers, today I want to tell you a true and exciting story! It's about Sundar Singh, an Indian man who was born a Sikh, but became a Christian as a teenager. I read a book for school on him, and thought it was very interesting. I hope you think that too!

http://flowersinmybasket.blogspot.com/2018/03/sundar-singh-true-story.html
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Hello! Today I'm starting a new blog series, called A Greater Purpose. It will be an on-going series, and I really hope you follow along! (Don't miss out; it will be fun!)
Part I is called, "A Knock At the Door." After you finish reading, comment below your thoughts!
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It was the year 1934. The girls at the Bluebridge Orphanage huddled around the fireplace in the main hall. It was late November, and winter had fully arrived to the little Colorado town.
The Bluebridge orphanage had been started three years before, when God had called Mr. and Mrs. McGrady to help orphans in nearby areas. They had found an old abandon building for a low price, and the kind folks from their church had helped to fix up the building, paint and clean it, and even donated furniture they didn't need. God's hand had been a part of the whole process.
Sometimes they would be low on food, or could not afford to pay for electric, but God always provided. They were now up to 26 girls, ranging from six months, to eighteen years. The McGrady's were kind-hearted people, and had let the oldest girl, Charity, stay, even after she came of age.
This particular evening they sat around the large fireplace, old Mr McGrady, with six year old Rosa on his lap, gray-haired Mrs. McGrady, rocking wee little Beth, the youngest, and all of the others, settled around on the floor. The fire was the only way to keep warm, since they couldn't afford to pay the electric at this time. But it was cozy, and they were content.

Suddenly, a knock sounded at the front door. Charity went to see who it was, but when she opened the door, she could not see well, for the night air was foggy and dark. After a moment, her eyes made out a dark figure...

http://flowersinmybasket.blogspot.com/2018/03/a-greater-purpose-part-i-knock-at-door.html
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Just entered this giveaway! ( Click on the link if you want to enter. All you have to do is enter your email!!) There are a lot of things they have that I wouldn't want, but they also have things I would!!
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