Spring Day, March 31st

This morning at 5:45 am as Stacy and I walked into our manufacturing plant, I admired the day that was unfolding. The sky wasn’t a full black like a couple of weeks ago. It had a crisp blueness mixed in with the darkness left from […]

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Martha Washington’s Great Cake

Hey, when was the last time you tried some cake from the 18th century? I was watching the Travel Channel on TV a couple of weeks ago and saw them actually make a cake following the recipe of Martha Washington, wife of George! I went […]

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Family Bible: Week of 3.26.06

This week’s Bible stories are all about Moses and the children of Israel. Did you know when the Israelites went through the Red Sea it was on dry ground and that their shoes didn’t wear out and that it took them 40 years to make […]

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My Prayer Life

I have lots of time to think at work. I talk to God on the job. Here’s some of the things I pray. I pray that the people on my assembly line (about 90) would think good thoughts (Philippians 4:8). I pray that they would […]

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Family Bible: Week of 3.19.06

Hey, did you know Joseph was ruler second only to Pharoah, King of Egypt? Did you also know he spent time in prison after being falsely accused? And did you also know Moses survived a baby massacre because Pharoah’s daughter found him floating in the […]

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The Emerald Isle’s Hero of God

What did you do for Saint Patrick’s Day? Or as some say Saint Patty’s Day. Did you wear green, drink green beer and listen to the once-a-year old favorite When Irish Eyes Are Smiling? One year I won some green money in a radio contest. […]

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Hymn: Blessed Be the Name

This week I plan to sing with my family the hymn Blessed Be the Name. It is found on page 50 of one of our old Baptist Hymnals. I did some research on The Cyber Hymnal website and learned a few facts about the songs […]

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Family Bible Study

“We had Bible reading and prayer right after supper, even before I cleaned up the kitchen,” says Mrs. Graham. “We all got down on our knees and prayed, yes we did, sometimes from twenty to thirty minutes. That was the main event of the day […]

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He Died for our Freedom

Outside my bedroom window there is a field. Sometimes when I get up in the morning I look out. I just want to look at it. It’s so peaceful. An empty field where the grass grows long and wild. I enjoy the quietness as I […]

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