One Year of Changed Lives

Today marks one year of our changed lives in a new covenant of marriage. 2017 marked the change. Faylene had been a widow 6 years. I had been a widower for almost a year. Neither of us were seeking marriage. We had resolved separately and in our own ways that… Continue reading

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Mountain Tables and Frozen Sea Sands

The rich green Blue Ridge Mountains in early summer make magnificent forests. The canopies are thick with mature trees. Where it is dark, the ferns grow on the forest floor. Paths run through these mountains — from little off-shoot trails to the 2200 mile Appalachian Trail. So, we could not… Continue reading

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Special Performance by the Creator

The Creator of the universe rolls out a small amphitheater before this audience of two sets of green eyes with matching wedding bands. His backdrop is variant shades of green and blue; the lighting is brilliant morning rays.  The performers on the stage are a pair of sporting catbirds, a… Continue reading

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Flowing Stone and Buried Life

I had a conversation with a person recently. I made a comment about the worldwide Genesis Flood. He laughed at the reference to my referring to its occurrence 4500 (or so) years ago. Even the concept of a 6000-year-old earth got a reply of “ridiculous.” So, here we are looking… Continue reading

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