Posts Tagged ‘God’s will’

Writing a joke can be a long nerve wracking process. It can also produce something vastly different than what you originally intended. This post will look at how I wrote a joke that I am using as my closer from time to time and how I got it from the staring line to almost ready to cross the finish line. (more…)

No bacon batman

**Editors note – I have not posted any kind of poem for quite a while and thought it was time. Hope you enjoy. If you do  I’d appreciate some likes and shares as well as some comments. Thanks, you guys are the best!

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Hardline walking, anger shaking, fire underfoot;

can’t explain away the pain, peace won’t stay – too scared to move.

Confrontation, conflagration, unexpected complication.

No exaggeration here.

Fear breeding fear – living life alone; scales won’t fall from my eyes.

Wash in the pool, dive in deep – sow but don’t reap

Betrayal by silver – guilty, driving in the dagger a kiss on the cheek;

there is no difference.

Stuck to a tree, ashamed to wake;

fever burns with tears.

Alone – please leave me alone.

Please don’t leave me alone.

Open Bible with PenWE DID IT!!!!!!!!!!

We made it 31 days and know we’re all full of wisdom and discernment, right? I know I am not done yet.

Ready to read today’s proverb? Great, give it a read or two check out my thoughts then launch into your final analysis. I look forward to read all your comments! (more…)

Open Bible with PenProverbs 30 – HCSB

We’re one day away! Don’t quit on me now – a not to myself as much as anyone else!

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Open Bible with Pen Proverbs 29 – HCSB

Discipline your son, and it will bring you peace of mind
and give you delight.

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Open Bible with Pen      Proverbs 28 – HCSB

“The one who works his land will have plenty of food, but whoever chases fantasies will have his fill of poverty.”

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 Proverbs 27 – HCSB

Iron sharpens iron,and one man sharpens another.”

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Open Bible with PenProverbs 26 – HCSB

As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his foolishness.”

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Open Bible with PenProverbs 25 – HCSB

These too are proverbs of Solomon, which the men of Hezekiah, king of Judah, copied.

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