The One I Cannot Face: A Short Story — King’s Recorder

Wow. This story written by Joah Pearson was such an amazing read! This is certainly a must-read! It’s a story of the marvelous and wonderful gift of salvation from God to undeserving sinners.

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He will be here soon – the one I cannot face.

I hear his footsteps even now, and my heart cringes at every stomp of his heavy boots. It won’t be long now – he will stream right through my apartment door, solid though it is. He will march his way right up to my bedside and look me in the eye, glaring with passionate glee – but I will not be able to meet his gaze. Even if I had my strength, I would not be able to face him, but as it is, I can do nothing but cower. Cancer has sucked my body dry, swallowing my strength.

Now I hear the crunch of gravel as my son Forrest drives up. He has taken care of me these past few weeks since the diagnosis. I hear his footsteps as he makes his way into the apartment complex and…

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The Church during the days of Corona Virus: Pray for those who lost loved ones with Covid — The Domain For Truth

Shared from SlimJim’s blog, The Domain For Truth, which I highly recommend to you all.

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Our “This Sunday” series will be another a Corona Virus edition and Things you can do on Church on Sunday in 2021.  For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Pray for those who lost loved ones with Covid.

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‘He Who Would Valiant Be’ — Lee Duigon

We’re going to need tranquility, and you’ll find some in this video: He Who Would Valiant Be, sung against a backdrop of the Goathland Moors on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, steam engine and all. 34 more words

‘He Who Would Valiant Be’ — Lee Duigon

God’s Faithfulness Will Not Fail — Lee Duigon

Usually I wait for Arise & Build articles to be published on Chalcedon’s website (www.chalcedon.edu/) before I comment on them, so I can provide you with a link to them. 272 more words

God’s Faithfulness Will Not Fail — Lee Duigon

This is a really good post! Please click on the link above and read the post by Lee Duigon!