Linda Kruschke on life and death, faith and fearlessness, music and poetry
They triumphed over him
by the blood of the Lamb
and by the word of their testimony;
they did not love their lives so much
as to shrink from death.
Revelation 12:11 (NIV).
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Like the power of the Wizard of Oz control is an illusion Just when I think I know how things will go I’m thrown into a state of confusion The illusion fades into oblivion and then And then what? I … Continue reading
As he drove his big pick-up truck around the circle at Friends Landing, the furrowed brow and tilted head said he wasn’t quite sure what he was seeing. We actually fooled him. You’d think at 70 there wouldn’t be much … Continue reading
I didn’t write a poem today I really had nothing to say Sometimes life is just that way Only four days until it’s May And NaPoWriMo will be done. Yay! But I wrote a silly poem this day
Tears and sorrow overwhelmed me day after day after week after year No relief in sight as hopelessness appeared to win and then He drew me out of deep waters Each day presents a new challenge or the same challenge … Continue reading
How does summer fly? Warmth of days gone by Outdoors Barbeques imply Tasty chicken thigh No chores Scents waft to the sky Past a loud magpie Autumn I’ll defy Sunset we decry Hawk soars Weather is bone dry Cherish mid-July … Continue reading
At level 3 or 4 on the pain scale you can ignore the pain most of the time Until it’s no longer a 4 but a 5 or a 6 instead As I fight to ignore the neck pain the … Continue reading
Check. Check. One two three. Check. Sounds great. Now where’s Mellencamp?
We shout He is risen but do we understand the importance of the rising of the Son of man? Today on Easter Monday and tomorrow and the next we need not be fearful worried or perplexed Hope has risen freeing us … Continue reading