Monday, November 16, 2015

Have you ever felt alone?

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A Demonstration of the Power of God's Word This memoir is about Mabel, a remarkable young girl left alone in the world. Her life is shattered when both her mother and brother die, and her father abandons her. While struggling to survive, she is mistreated and falsely accused. Mabel's strong faith in her heavenly Father is put to the test. Will she ever have a home to shut out the cold or a family with hearts of love as she once had? After enduring four turbulent years, Mabel receives a letter from her papa. It is postmarked Oklahoma City. She uses all her money for a train ticket and goes searching for him. Without any modern communication, will Mabel find her papa in a city of 90,000 people? If by a miracle she finds him, will she be able to love and forgive him? Ii Corinthians 4:8 9 “We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed;” Mabel's young life is ship wrecked and torn to bits. She is troubled on every side, yet she is not forsaken by her heavenly Father. Will He ever restore her life and mend her broken heart? Can she believe in His plan for her life and trust He will give her good things when all she has known is affliction?

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Wonderful life of 80

Would you care to share? It's birthday time and we want to celebrate all that Charlotte is and has done. Please commit below and share a funny moment or how she has positively impacted your life.

Thursday, April 30, 2015


          When we are unable to do things we want to do here is another way to get it done.

Last night I took a journey; to a land far across the seas.
I did not travel by boat or plane; I traveled on my knees.

I saw so many people there, In trouble and in sin;
Jesus told me I should go, For there were souls to win.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Will Your Children Survive the Blizzard

If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him  I John 2:15
Blizzards often completely paralyze the activities of city and country areas, and cause death to those caught without warm shelter or food. Many people in the United States have died from blizzards. In 1940, when I was a little girl living in Oklahoma, 144 people froze to death when a cold Arctic front swept across the Mid-west. In 1958, there were 171 deaths in the Northeast; also, in the same area 100 died in 1996.  New York lost 400 people to a blizzard in 1988. In 1993, 200 died in the Eastern part of our country. That is records of some of the worst blizzards in the U. S. But Europe records loosing 1000 as the result of only one blizzard.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

To My Posterity and All the World

“Where there is living people there is hope.”

What advice would you pass along to your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren? What have you learned that you would like to share? 200 years from now the children in your family may be learning from your wisdom. You can influence strengthening and advise your family for many generations. When they read this page what advice would you give them?

Thursday, March 6, 2014

The Big Bang Theory, You Have Got to be Kidding- God

Published in the Church of God Quarterly for juniors, 1990

How long does it take to make an island, a canyon, or a mountain?

Bell Found in Coal

Bell in Coal

In 1944, as a ten year old boy, Newton Anderson dropped a lump of coal and broke it in half in his basement and found that it contained this bell inside. The bituminous coal that was mined near his house in Upshur County West Virginia is supposed to be about 300 million years old! What is a brass bell with an iron clapper doing in coal ascribed to the Carboniferous Period? According to Norm Sharbaugh's book Ammunition (which includes several “coal anecdotes”) the bell is an antediluvian artifact (made before the Genesis Flood). The Institute for Creation Research had the bell submitted to the lab at the University of Oklahoma. There a nuclear activation analysis revealed that the bell contains an unusual mix of metals, different from any known modern alloy production (including copper, zinc, tin, arsenic, iodine, and selenium).