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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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Let Them Go

By: Susan Bea Good I’ve seen “Frozen” a few times. It seems that every child in my vicinity has also, evidenced by regular random public outbursts of…”Let it go, let it go”…… I’ve even had the opportunity to share that … 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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