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A Seagull Soars

August 15, 2013

The following is chapter 24, the final chapter in the children’s series, If They Could Talk, the story of our redemption as it unfolds from Genesis to Revelation. This is the story of the promised new heaven and a new earth and the promise of being face to face with God forever in Revelation 21 and 22. My Friends, I am a blessed bird. I heard how it ends. And I must say; it ends very well for the follower of Jesus. Few visited my island rock; those who did were left to rot—trouble makers and prisoners of Rome. One…

Wisdom from an Owl

August 9, 2013

The following is chapter 23 in the children’s series, If They Could Talk, the story of our redemption as it unfolds from Genesis to Revelation. This is the story of Pentecost in Acts 2. My Friends, His plan seemed so foolish; yet in the end, it was so wise. Who but the Creator God could have authored it? Who but the Creator God could have executed it? A rejected and crucified Messiah rises from the dead, ascends into heaven, and saves the world! Just writing those words sends tingles up my wings. But how would the nations hear this Good…

A Gazing Cow

August 1, 2013

The following is chapter 22 in the children’s series, If They Could Talk, the story of our redemption as it unfolds from Genesis to Revelation. This is the story of Jesus’ ascension in Luke 24 and Acts 1. My Friends, He was here, He was there; forty days of comings and goings. He would appear; He would vanish—from one location to another. All His disciples saw Him and spoke with Him, so did hundreds of other. Multiple appearances and convincing proof; He was alive and He was here. Then something startling happened. And I saw it with my own two…

A Cat’s Meow

July 25, 2013

The following is chapter 21 in the children’s series, If They Could Talk, the story of our redemption as it unfolds from Genesis to Revelation. This is the story of Jesus’ resurrection in Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, and John 20. My Friends, I know there have been many dark days since the Fall; for centuries life outside the Garden has been hard for man and beast. But the days were never darker than those that followed His death. Three days ago hell cheered, and heaven gasped; man’s treason never greater then when he killed the Son of God.…

A Mouse’s Tears

July 19, 2013

The following is chapter 20 in the children’s series, If They Could Talk, the story of our redemption as it unfolds from Genesis to Revelation. This is the story of Jesus’ crucifixion and death in Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, and John 19. My Friends, How did it come to this? How did it go so wrong? Passover week began with praises and halleluiahs; it ended with violence and death. I am weary of weeping. I will try and tell the nightmare again. Though I am small, I saw it all. After His triumphal entry, Jerusalem was abuzz. Would…

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