Joseph

Joseph   Joseph Although he appeared on Egypt Live and Africa today, A certain Mrs Potiphar, (mistress of the house), Whom Had the hots for him and not her spouse. She inclined him next to her to be reclined, She assigned him with her to stay! He refused to remain! Fleed away! He is refined … Continue reading Joseph

Joseph

Joseph Become a Joseph Joseph Although he appeared on Egypt Live and Africa today, A certain Mrs Potiphar, (mistress of the house), Whom Had the hots for him and not her spouse. She inclined him next to her to be reclined, She assigned him with her to stay! He refused to remain! Fleed away! He … Continue reading Joseph

Do You Want to Grow Your Blog and Make Money? Give Something for Free

Blogging is writing. The pen I believe has always been mightier than the sword. With writing, you can pen your thoughts thereby adding value to the walk of life. Should your thoughts, ideas remain consistent, you may and will ever find someone somewhere who has read your work. They may even take your thoughts to … Continue reading Do You Want to Grow Your Blog and Make Money? Give Something for Free

Trapped

TRAPPED https://poetry@fertiileground.com/Trapped/(Robert Ian) Trapped!    Trapped!  Before them lay the sea!  Behind Them Pharaoh’s army!  Hearken!  Yisrael cries!  “YHVH Help!  Deliver us!  Moshe_” Fearful!  Death in the Wilderness!  See them stare!  “Moshe_”   Moshe decrees: “Fear not o Yisrael!  Fear Not!  YHVH declares victory o’er your adversary!   Be Silent!  Today, see your Salvation!  Your … Continue reading Trapped

Joseph

Joseph https://www.poetry@fertiileground.com/Joseph/(Robert Ian) Joseph Although he appeared on Egypt Live and Africa today, A certain Mrs Potiphar, (mistress of the house), Whom Had the hots for him and not her spouse. She inclined him next to her to be reclined, She assigned him with her to stay! He refused to remain! Fleed away! He is … Continue reading Joseph

Welcome to Seniors

How often have we heard this phrase? "Welcome to the senior years of your Life! Well done on earning and obtaining your senior certificate. Congratulations on your senior years. Our one single life is made up of different seasons. Every season having its own unique traits. These become more, rich and real in our years, as we mature in age. From the day of our conception including our last breath our life is recorded in "Heaven's Library!" Even recorded in our own special "Book of Life!" David knew about these matters.  He wrote in Psalms about the days of our life being numbered by our Lord.12 So teach us to number our days, that we may get us a heart of wisdom.  (Ps 90:12 AMPC Number our days)

Those planted in the house of the LORD shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bring forth fruit in old age; they shall be vigorous and flourishing (Ps 92:13-14 JUB) Welcome to the Seniors Seasons of Life How often have we heard this phrase? “Welcome to the senior years of your … Continue reading

Are You Sabotaging Your Blog?

The Art of Blogging

Correct me if I’m wrong: you know you should write a blog post. After all, it’s been a while since you last hit that publish button. Yet, somehow, without you realizing it, you spend hours on Twitter and Facebook “working,” only to wonder later what happened…

You commenton other blogs, telling yourself you’re “networking,” never mind that none of those comments actually lead to anything.

You have a growing collection of books and courses promising to teach you all the secrets in the universe, but they have been labeled “to be read” indefinitely.

In the back of your mind, you know you can do better. Technically, you even know what to do.

But something inside you refuses to let you, and every day you struggle with whether or not you should just give up or find some other shortcut.

You know how I know this?

Because I’m just like you.

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Seasons of Life

Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life

In January of 1969, a photo was published that forever changed our view of the earth, and of our place in the universe. The photo was taken on Christmas Eve day, 1968, by the crew of Apollo 8—the first humans to orbit the moon. It showed a marbled blue and white gibbous earth rising above the barren, brown, crater-pocked surface of the moon.

"Earthrise" - Apollo 8, Dec. 24, 1968 “Earthrise” – Dec. 24, 1968

The photo was quickly dubbed “Earthrise.” It has become one of the most famous pictures ever taken. For the first time, it showed the people of earth the beauty and fragility of our planet as a whole, floating in the blackness of space. The stark, lifeless surface of the moon in the foreground showed just how precious is the abundant life on our own planet.

Based on this indelible visual image, we realized on a gut level that whatever conflicts and divisions…

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