Monthly Archives: August 2014

Lost Mail

By: Susan Bea Good Have you ever left your mail in the wrong spot (door pocket of the car, top of the microwave, stacked in the office) and come across it years later? Hopefully it wasn’t an insurance bill! This … Continue reading

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Jonah-Reaction

By: Susan Bea Good “Love your enemies”…is a basic in principled Christ-following. But I do not love all of mine! IS stands for today’s “Islamic State.” In its current efforts to take over Iraq and Syria they are known as … Continue reading

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Another Good Bad Day

By: Susan Bea Good Whenever I have the opportunity I testify of God’s goodness. He is a good God! When life is hard, God’s goodness is even more apparent. Since His attributes are full (100%) at all times, I can’t … Continue reading

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Hopeful Lost Cause

By: Susan Bea Good Yesterday Fox News featured joint interviews with the stale civil rights activist Jessie Jackson, and fresh presidential possibility Dr. Ben Carson. I was expecting to witness the Dr. slap down the agitator, instead Jackson performed and Carson transformed! … Continue reading

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Vacation Isolation

By: Susan Bea Good My husband has an Amish “friend” named Levi. He is completely ignorant of current events…choosing to be isolated from the world. Some of our home-schooling “friends” have also closed out all references to our globe’s inhabitants. … Continue reading

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Products of Propaganda

By: Susan Bea Good Socialists, Islamists, and Racists…all are products of a systematic misinformation strategy forced upon them early in life. Communism’s atheistic indoctrination has long been recognized as the evil foundation for government control of society, as seen in … Continue reading

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The Church’s Expanding Work

By: Susan Bea Good My average sized Baptist church started a building project, and is expected to begin the new construction very soon. A much larger congregation in our area is expanding and remodeling their existing facilities, at a price … Continue reading

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