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The Season of Expectation

This is the advent of new leadership in our country. Many people are hopeful, others are in despair. We put our faith in the wrong places sometimes, do we not? To be honest, I am praying that The Most High God (in whom I put my faith) is about to pour His Spirit out on our government, our president, and all of our hearts. God cares about us to the point that He became one of us, lived among us, gave us new direction, and even redeemed us with His own blood. What the world needs more than anything is the second coming of Christ. Until then, let us look to God in Heaven from whom all blessings, small and great, come. I pray God will hear our prayers and give our country new direction and restoration–in the name of Jesus. Share this:ShareEmailFacebookPrintTwitt

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Come and See

I finished writing the book manuscript, Come and See: The Meaning and Wonder of the Life of Jesus. It has been wonderful meditating on the life of Jesus, once again, from His birth to resurrection. Here is the Introduction that spells out my vision for the project. I ask for your prayers as I seek the publishing avenue God wants for this project.     INTRODUCTION   The first red letter words of Jesus in the Gospel of John is “What do you want?” It is quite telling that these words thrust Jesus into public ministry. Put in context, Jesus posed the question to John and Andrew at first sight, the moment they caught up to him. The breathless men had landed at his heels and kept in step with him for an awkward moment or two. Taking a path away...

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In A Garden – The Love Story of Resurrection Day

Jesus is Risen “It is true!” Luke 24:34 Death could not hold onto Life any more than the grave could hold onto Jesus. At dawn in a garden cemetery, Life swallowed Death once and for all. “I am the Resurrection and the Life,” Jesus had once said. Now He proved. An angel rolled back the giant stone and sat on it, waiting for Jesus to come out. By the time Mary from Magdala arrived, things in the garden looked normal, except the soldiers had run off and the stone was rolled back from its opening. The tomb was empty but for the burial cloths. In that quiet, little garden, God was walking around! And, at first, He passed as a gardener. Mary! Don’t you want to shout at her? It’s Him! It’s Jesus! “Why are you crying?” He asked her, pretending, savoring...

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Two New Books Just Released

Two New Books Just Released

Yay!  You can read all about them if you go to “Books by Margaret” on the left menu bar just beneath my photo here on this web site. Please help me spread the word about them. Glory to Jesus~ It’s all about HIM.   Share...

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