God’s Love Is My Song -by Lois Macdonald

There was a sweet time not so long ago when we gave ourselves permission to stop and smell the daisies. To pause before daybreak and listen to nature’s melodious “dawn chorus.” When the sky fills with birds and begins its opening symphony. Leaving us utterly speechless and so moved by the harmony of God’s love,... Continue Reading →

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Hope Lifts the Disheartened

“Hope lifts the disheartened into the “Son Light,” and a brighter tomorrow.” When all seemed lost, and death was near, Jesus heard the cry of a sinner and showed him mercy. In that moment of truth, the theft hanging on the cross next to Him, surrendered his wretched life over to hope. Hope in the... Continue Reading →

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Peace -by Lois Macdonald

Peace can't be found on busy streets It's found in fields where daisies meet In comfy chairs and brand new books By roaring fires and babbling brooks Peace can't be heard when the TV's on It's outside dancing to the cricket song As she lovingly calls to the human race I'm over here, just slow... Continue Reading →

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The Ravine -by Lois Macdonald

The early morning rays began filtering through the milky veil that had draped and hidden the ravine, only a stone’s throw away from my bedroom window. This misty blanket had lovingly sheltered the woodland residents throughout the long hours of pounding rains and harsh winds. A steady beam of light began searching through the aftermath,... Continue Reading →

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Can You Handle The Truth?

“I WANT THE TRUTH,” demanded the prosecutor from the movie “A Few Good Men.” From the beginning of time, men and women have searched for truth. About the meaning of life. Whether there is life after death. How the world was made.  In this quest for enlightenment, why do we avoid reading God’s Word? Could the main... Continue Reading →

Unequally Yoked Friendships

Unequally Yoked Friendships by Lois Macdonald “Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it’s better to leave them broken than hurt yourself trying to put them back together.” ~Author Unknown. I believe this holds true with unequally yoked friendships. Making such a decision opens the doorway to freedom from an unhealthy relationship. Freedom to discover the joy... Continue Reading →

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