Author Archives: Linda Kruschke

About Linda Kruschke

I am a Jesus Freak, and I don't care who knows it. I am a wife, mother, sister, aunt, daughter, and friend. My blood family is only part of the larger family of Christ that I belong to. I love to write, especially about my dear Savior.

The Beauty of the Cross

The Beauty of the Cross Were you there when they crucified my Lord? Did you see the beauty of His wounds? The mockers could not see the love Shed in blood and tears I was not there but in my … Continue reading

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Limericks for Lent

I have written a few limericks over the years. Well, most of them were written in 2012. I thought I’d share some today for my Lent posting. There’s a man who was God come to earth He arrived by a … Continue reading

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Putting My Trust in Jesus

During this season of Lent, I am reminded of where I can place my trust, and that is in the One who loved me so much that He was willing to die for me even before I loved Him in … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Lent

Lamb of God, slain for me Eternal One, Thy love I see Now and forever, I turn to Thee Thou are my life – set me free

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Paint Chip Poetry Prompt #13

It’s week 13 and I’m late! I usually have these done by the day before at the latest, but this week has been crazy. Working from home is exhausting and doesn’t leave a lot of room for creativity. This week’s … Continue reading

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Willing to Empathize

The words sympathy and empathy are, according to the dictionary, synonyms. Many people use them interchangeably, but they don’t mean exactly the same thing. I can sympathize with pretty much anyone if I want to, but there are many people … Continue reading

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Surviving or Thriving

I was reposting old posts for Lent, and I will continue that plan tomorrow, but today I thought I’d do something a little different. Like much of the country, I’ve been working from home for a little over a week … Continue reading

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Fearful and Courageous

With so much fear and anxiety over the coronavirus these days, I thought I’d share a poem I wrote five years ago. It seemed appropriate. May it help you be courageous though fearful in these challenging times. Courageous The giants … Continue reading

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Better Than Magic

It’s in their DNA to sip then zip away Hovering in one spot as other birds cannot The agile hummingbird Magical is the only word That will adequately describe members of this tribe Even magic is not enough To illuminate … Continue reading

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Older and Wiser

When it comes to books of the Bible, I’m not a huge fan of 1 and 2 Chronicles because it seems so repetitive. These two books basically “chronicle” (hence the name) the reigns of the various kings of Israel and … Continue reading

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