Monthly Archives: July 2015

When Our Hurt Meets The Healer

By: Susan Bea Good Young friends of mine will be burying the body of their 54 year old dad this week. Sunday, after a day of hiking, he laid down for a short rest and awoke in heaven, meeting Jesus … Continue reading

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Jaguar is My Personal Favorite

By: Susan Bea Good The Jaguar has always caught my eye. I’ve never driven one, and don’t ever expect to own that particular luxury car. Which is probably a good thing, as my husband says they are a maintenance nightmare, … Continue reading

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Double Helping of Meat

By: Susan Bea Good Can you handle another helping of lean meat? I hope so, because more needs to be served up immediately. This bowl is true comfort food. Who doesn’t want security? We all seek physical, financial, and relational … Continue reading

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A Second Bowl Of Meat

By: Susan Bea Good This second edition in the “Bowl of Meat” series is incited by an always hungry grandson, who loves meat! My analogical purpose for sharing his excessive carne-consumption is to expound on timely (in my world) biblical … Continue reading

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Following A Real Friend

By: Susan Bea Good Claudia was a missionary to Bolivia, who kept her strong Texas accent even after living thirty years in the Andes Mountains. This single woman turned down many proposals of marriage, including one from a surgeon in … Continue reading

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Fighting For You, Not Against You!

By: Susan Bea Good Abortion shreds lives, both the baby’s and the parents’. Islam hates God, and aims to eliminate His people. Homosexuality spreads disease, depression, and societal destruction. These observations are objective, truthful, and unpopular. But if you are … Continue reading

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No Apologies for Biblical Apologetics

By: Susan Bea Good As the number of my Facebook friends covering their faces with rainbows rises, so does my anxiety over the gay-marriage issue. I don’t like confrontation, I don’t want people to be unhappy with me, and I … Continue reading

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