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Beware My Son
Although, this poem I wrote
seems to be written from a mother to her son, it is really from the Holy Spirit
to all of his children.  BEWARE MY SON Beware
my son the lust of skin, That
seeks you out and sucks you in. Learn
this lesson and learn it well, As I...
Although, this poem I wrote seems to be written from a mother to her son, it is really from the Holy Spirit to all of his children. BEWARE MY SON Beware my son the lust of skin, That seeks you out and sucks you in. ...
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Holiness and Happinesss
When I raised my four children, I wanted them
to grow up to be holy and happy.  I knew
without proper nutrition, schooling, obedience, internal motivation, a good
work ethic, and a love of God, their future happiness would be
jeopardized.  But, the road tow...
When I raised my four children, I wanted them to grow up to be holy and happy.  I knew without proper nutrition, schooling, obedience, internal motivation, a good work ethic, and a love of God, their future happiness would be...
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Haggai 1 - Thoughts
I want you to imagine you are a young person
who is 17 or 18 years old.  For some of
you this will be easy and for others, not so much; but you can do it.  You live at home with your Father, Mother, a 6-year-old
brother and a 4-year-old sister.  Your
Father...
I want you to imagine you are a young person who is 17 or 18 years old. For some of you this will be easy and for others, not so much; but you can do it. You live at home with your Father, Mother, a 6-year-old brother and a...
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Low Self-Esteem - Part 1
In his poem
“If” Rudyard Kipling said, “If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster and treat
those two  impostors  just the same….You’ll be a man, my son.”  On a spiritual level, this poem could end,
“You’ll be a man of God, a man after God’s own heart.”  It...
In his poem “If” Rudyard Kipling said, “If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster and treat those two impostors just the same….You’ll be a man, my son.”  On a spiritual level, this poem could end, “You’ll be a man of God, a m...
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