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Caught-On-Your-Blindside

There are times when you wake up and wish you had not.  Nothing hurts; no pain in your body; family, friends, and neighbors are all excelling, and you are looking forward to the day ahead. Even though your day is scheduled so tight that you can hardly breathe, all is well with your world.  Yet, …

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Joy!

To say the year has gone by quickly is an understatement.  It was only last year, at this same time I was traveling home with the Jan Masuhr Band after a Christmas concert engagement on December 23, 2011 that we wondered whether or not we would make it home before December 25th.   The interstate coming …

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Reflections on My Birthday – Saved by the Grace of God

It was the  1963, a year where my life would change completely.  Sitting in my music and arts class, I was learning about classical music and its origin. My teacher was fantastic. She drew me  into the world of the classics, and I fell in love with Beethoven and Handel.  She had just played the …

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Author Spotlight by Morgen Bailey

            Good afternoon to all of my readers, This is a wonderful morning, because I woke up to some wonderful comments on FB, Google Plus, and Morgen Bailey’s Author’s Spotlight  No 119, and I was humbled. I am not ashamed to say, tears were in my eyes, and I realized …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 11 – The Ice Breaker

          It was three years before the ending of the nineteenth century, as this young infant opened her eyes, to see the light of the world, outside of her mother’s womb.  The month, the day, the year,  February 27, 1897, and her birth herald something new, something, which had not happened …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 8 – The Pastor’s Wife

July 28, 1914, World War I had just begun, and one month later, the eyes of one of the most famous writers of Christian literature would open to see the bright lights of the world.  As her eyes slowly glanced  at her surroundings, at people, places, and at things, she registered them in her mind, …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 3 – The Sojourner

What do you do when you are subject to the whims and fantasies of others? Who do you run to when you see a double standard being lived? Black skinned, nappy haired, this child’s place was to listen and obey, but what happens if she doesn’t understand? Is there no mercy for a child of …

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Be Careful With Your Words

Your words may not mean much to you, but I have found out through experience words are valuable weapons you choose to use to either build up or tear down the human spirit in people.  Words spoken in anger, in hate, in envy, in jealousy are words, which destroy and kill the human spirit, and …

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Forgiveness

In order to be successful at any thing in life, you will have to learn how to forgive others.  If you do not, then you are handcuffed in the prison of your own emotions that will spoil your joy, and keep you from moving into the delight that one experiences emotionally after achieving some great …

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