Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Price

Can you imagine meeting someone, anyone from the past? Who would you visit?  ~~~~~~~~ I stumbled over the uneven road as the crowds thrust each other aside in their anxiety to reach the place. My lips parted as if I … Continue reading

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Meeting Myself

 My objective in this was supposed to be to imagine meting someone famous. But I took a twist on it, and in some sort of time warp I meet my future self.  ~~~~~ My knees trembled slightly, though I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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In Perspective

As a fun exercise, I took a setting and described it from a couple of different perspectives. So, in the big city setting of Chicago, I wrote from the viewpoint of a pickpocket, a mother and her children, a farmer, … Continue reading

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The Rock of Hope

Like an unfocused camera, sometimes what we perceive in this world seems crazy and out-of-control. But when we look at everything around us in a Biblical perspective, the blurriness clears away . . .  I can go about the mundane … Continue reading

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The Adoption

I once heard the most beautiful allegory taken out of Genesis 3. God has adopted us, His children, but when we turned against Him, we gave our adoption papers to Satan. In order to get His children back, Jesus had to … Continue reading

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To Save a Life

This short story was designed to take a Bible story and set it in modern times.  Preface: New Legislation The battle raged, and we lost; lost not our own lives, but the right to value the life of our conscience … Continue reading

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