Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 23

We moved houses about a third of the way into the pandemic, and I have tried desperately to keep this home as spotless as possible. It’s a lot easier to do while working from home, but it’s still a job in itself. I feel like I’m constantly wiping up messes, sweeping up floors and picking… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 23

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 22

What’s your favorite holiday? I have a hard time choosing between Fourth of July and Thanksgiving. Of course, my enjoyment of both of those holidays depends greatly on where I am when they roll around. If I’m in my hometown and/or surrounded by family, I enjoy those holidays immensely. I “celebrate with joy before the… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 22

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 21

If I were a new Christian or a non-believer, and I opened the Bible and read this chapter first thing, I’d probably have to give Christianity a pass. It’s brutal, huh? It says people with defects aren’t good enough to enter the holiest room of God’s house. It says women who have been prostitutes or… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 21

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SEAPoWriMo – Day 4 – Ted the sheep

Ted got as far as the aisleDonning his tux with a smileBut to everyone’s shockHe returned to the flockThe bride’s gown was just more his style! seapwm20day4 #korina #villageprompt #teamthailand

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Tangs of the Trampoline … long faded, for sure

N+0Tales of the Trail long fadedHardships watered downIn history booksThe crooks made heroesThrough time, and liesHeart wrenching cries muted by moneyAnd guns Free land costs a hefty priceTwice. For as soon as they settledOthers shouted, “Boomer! Sooner!”We’ll take what we wantTaunt you later with treatiesGreedy treatiesThat will keep you downDrown youUntil that trail you cutWith… Continue reading Tangs of the Trampoline … long faded, for sure

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 20

I feel like maybe the Israelites aren’t listening and that God is super annoyed. Chapter 20 is a repeat of Chapter 18 but with more severe punishments, as in, “Ok, you didn’t listen the first time, so now the consequences are going to be even more severe.” In Chapter 18, the punishment for violating the… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 20

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 19

While I love a long story with lots of juicy details, there is just something about a good summary that brings out the whole nerd in me. We’ve read all this before. In fact, we’ve been reading it over and over and over again for several chapters now. It’s been like math in high school.… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 19

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Sai arai | SEAPoWriMo 11-day poetry challenge – Day 2

Sometimes I sigh when it all goes awry,Especially at lunch time,When I ask, “Sai arai,And the lady replies,“Gung heng.” seapwm20day2 #korina #sengkangprompt

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Bath time, I wish

Oh, how I love a good bathThe kind with never-ending, hotter-than-you-can-stand-it, freeflowing water that never runs out. With bubbles piled highhhh, and the tiny ones float, like giggles you can actually touch And filling it up to the brim, so that one small move sends a wave spilling over the top. Remember Sniglets?My favorite one… Continue reading Bath time, I wish

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Frankincense

Frankincense. The black licorice of scents. Like trickery. Seemingly sweet But deviously Twisted. Unpleasant. Curious for more. Bleck.