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Missed Opportunities

by: Steven Robinson

07/17/2020

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--------------------- "Missed Opportunities" ----------------------  

The other day I ran across the story of a man who had a great opportunity that he missed. His friend took him for a ride one day way out in the country. They drove off the main road and drove through groves of trees to a large uninhabited expanse of land. A few horses were grazing, and a couple of old shacks remained. The friend, Walter, stopped the car, got out, and started t...


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Job Jr.

by: Steven Robinson

06/12/2020

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-------------------------- "Job Jr." --------------------------Jill Briscoe writes...Not too long ago I was babysitting one of our three, 3-year-old grandchildren. In our family, we had twins and a single birth all within 24 hours. We call them Search, Destroy, and Demolition. I was to babysit Demolition. As I waved good bye to his parents, he looked perfectly all right. We had a little story out of his favorite book Alexander and the Terrible,...


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Diamond in the Rough

by: Steven Robinson

05/19/2020

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--------------------- "The Skilled Blows of God" ------------------

Many years ago, there was found in an African mine the most magnificent diamond in the world's history. It was presented to the king of England to blaze in his crown or state. The king sent it to Amsterdam to be cut. It was put into the hands of an expert lapidary. And what do you suppose he did with it? He took the gem of priceless value, and cut a notch in it. T...


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The Zoombie Apocalypse

by: Steven Robinson

05/07/2020

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----------The Zoombie Apocalypse----------

Who ever thought the Covid-19 Stay-at-Home Order would last this long? I certainly didn’t. Now it looks like we are looking at the end of the month at the earliest before we will be able to start gathering together again. As a result, many new innovations are being utilized in order to be connected and isolated at the same time. As necessity is the mother of invention it still has to do battle with trying to ...


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