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Image Have you ever read Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, How Do I Love Thee ? While I may have read it a time or two, I can only remember and lamely quote the first twenty-four words. “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach…” [1]   Browning was born in 1806 and died in 1861. She didn’t live very long by our current lifespan, but she made the most of her fifty-five years with the beautiful words of her poems or sonnets, especially this one. As I reread Sonnet 43, I thought of young love and the passion I felt as I met, dated, and married my husband. In the early days of our love , I walked three feet off the ground and easily could have quoted these words to him. And I just might have at one point or another.   But after all these years, as much as I love my husband and still feel excited and privileged to be his wife, he is my earthly husband. I await my heavenly Bridegroom, my Lord an


  Here we are at the beginning of a new year, some blanketed with snow and ice as they are every winter. In my lifetime, I’ve seen milder winters and some that are fierce, but all in all, things have stayed the same . The earth God created has been going through cycles since the worldwide flood of Noah’s day. And even though we hear experts warn of global warming, nothing really has changed, except the fear and lies the climate-change propagandists spew.   You might remember when these fear-mongers blasted out news of a tear in the ozone layer and another ice age. When that didn’t work, they changed their story to global warming. Many Creation scientists strongly disagree. So, don’t buy into this ploy of the “elites.” They want us common folks, whom they deem “useless eaters,” to live in fear because that way, we’re easier to control.   However, true believers in Jesus Christ know this is not our home. Heaven is! And this is why our LORD placed eternity in our hearts. [1] He

ISRAEL AT WAR - Part Three

“When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language, Judah became [God’s] sanctuary, and Israel His dominion.” [1]   Thanksgiving is over, and C h r i s t m a s , the time of p e a c e and g o o d w i l l , is fast approaching. But our world is in turmoil, especially the land of Israel.   For 75 years now, the descendants of Jacob/Israel have been back in their own land, yet this exceedingly great army remains in unbelief, blinded in part, to this very day. [2] And while it may seem highly unfair, it’s all part of God’s grand design.   How so? If you believe the Bible, there’s no doubt Israel is God’s chosen, and they belong in the Land of Promise. God Himself watches over them and as He does, He neither slumbers nor sleeps. We also know those who bless Israel, God will bless. [3] But what’s more, in the fullness of time, the O n e prophesied in the Garden of Eden, whose b i r t h we c e l e b r a t e this month, was Jacob’s desce