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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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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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A Cowardly Death

By: Susan Bea Good Brittany Maynard kept her promise. Though she was a day late, and almost backed out, she took the prescription that stopped her heart on Sunday. This morning, her friends in the “Death with Dignity” movement are … Continue reading

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A Bowl of Meat

Nathan, one of my three year old grandsons, loves food. He is a foot taller than most boys his age. ┬áStill hungry at the end of a recent family meal, he announced, “I need a bowl of meat!” Unless you … Continue reading

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