Archive for January 2019

THE DANGERS OF BECOMING LIKE A PACK RAT

As we grow older, many of us try to whittle down on our possessions. After all, we tell ourselves, we can’t take them with us when we die. While on earth, Jesus didn’t have to do that. He had no earthly possessions and He knew that one day He would be with His Father again,…

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NATURE NUGGETS: A BIRTHDAY SNOWSTORM BY SALLY BAIR

My twin sister, Sandy, and I share a December birthday but since high school have rarely celebrated the day together. In 1995 we decided it was way past time and we chose the week of December 3, the week we’d turn 59. Sandy, living in southern Michigan, and I in northwest Wisconsin, decided to meet…

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SCRAPING ICE IS NOT EASY WHEN IT’S COLD OUTSIDE

Chisel, scrape, push, scrape—a never ending task in our northern winters. Sometimes the ice slides off like butter, other times it takes time and lots of muscle and effort to clear the car windows. At such times, I remember with fondness our former garage. How is it at your house or workplace?   Eternal Perspectives              …

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GIVE GOD CREDIT

ETERNAL PERSPECTIVES       by Sally Bair Credit Where Credit is Due As a writer I know the importance in giving credit where credit is due. If I didn’t, I would face a charge of plagiarism. In all other areas, stealing credit for something someone else has said, written or done, is unethical. During the time of…

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