Telling the Story of Jesus is a collection of thirty stories told from the perspective of characters from the gospels. They come from all walks of life - religious, secular; moral, sinful; wealthy, poor. Their stories attest that no one can be unaffected by Jesus, whoever they conclude he might be. Will one tell your story?Paperback is available through amazon.com. It is also available in Kindle.
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"You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by
your will they were created and have their being."
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Monday, August 8, 2016
Genesis 29:1-30 The Fox Out-Foxed
8/7/16 D. Marion Clark
When I moved to Lake Oconee and learned that I was living in the land of Br’er Rabbit, I decided I should read Uncle Remus. It doesn’t take long to size up the primary character of Br’er Rabbit. He is crafty with a chip on his shoulder. After a while, I even began to develop sympathy for Br’er Fox and Br’er Bear who wanted to eat Br’er Rabbit. And when I got to the story of the tar baby, I had some satisfaction in seeing Br’er Rabbit get out-foxed even though only for a little while.
Posted by M Clark at 12:25 PM