Tag Archives: Exile

Whom Can God Use? – A Poem

Three weeks into the study of Matthew in Bible Study Fellowship I’ve already learned — or been reminded of — a great truth. God can, and does, use the most unlikely and undeserving people to accomplish His great purposes for … Continue reading

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Exile – A Mini-Ghazal

Wandering in the wilderness exiled in darkness, I will return Lost and lonely in a foreign land without hope unless I will return Like Ezra and Nehemiah I travel towards home I press, I will return Longing for home and … Continue reading

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Ancient Words, Ever True

At our Women’s Retreat this past weekend we sang the song “Ancient Words.” Then we sang it again in church on Sunday. I love this song and decided I wanted to share it for Music Monday. I found this version … Continue reading

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