Monthly Archives: April 2013

Fall Like Goliath

By: Susan Bea Good Two years ago I spent ten days in Israel with my husband. I felt the challenge immediately…with just six weeks to prepare to hike ten rugged miles each day. My tremor and equilibrium troubles were just … Continue reading

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Not Welcome

By: Susan Bea Good Recently my son received an anonymous note suggesting that he and his family were “not welcome” in their Sunday School Class.  At times the young couple have discreetly brought their baby into the room…trying not to … Continue reading

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“Don’t” Be Stopped

By: Susan Bea Good “Not qualified, talk too much, make the point too strongly, shouldn’t feel so deeply, stay out of it, turn the other cheek, it’s not your fight, be nice….these are comments that may stifle the spirit of … Continue reading

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Asaph’s Call to Action

By: Susan Bea Good Are you frustrated with evil that seems overwhelming? A biblical writer of a dozen Psalms, expressed strong frustration…with evil, and God! Asaph…was an old man, of perhaps one hundred, when God used him to contribute to the … Continue reading

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The Book is Wide Open!

By: Susan Bea Good President Obama said, “We’ve closed an important chapter in this book,” referring to the killing or capture of the Marathon bombers. People in Boston are expressing feelings of safety this morning too…Thank God that these murderous … Continue reading

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Murder Comparisons

By: Susan Bea Good Yesterday afternoon a pastor friend of mine posted on FB, reminding us that just one day’s national abortion carnage is 30 times higher than that of the Boston bombing. Fury erupted on that FB line. People … Continue reading

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In The Fight

By: Susan Bea Good At times I’ve been accused of being “combative”…I really don’t like trouble…but I believe sometimes it’s unavoidable. After thirty years of conflicts, instigated by destructive people…I’ve witnessed the power hungry halt surgical reparations for a badly burned boy… jealousy threaten … Continue reading

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