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A Published Author

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The end of last summer and early fall was a flurry of activity as I worked to get my very first book to market.  The book is entitled, Heroes of Courage. While it is not for everybody, it is a work that I spent a lot of time on and I am thankful that others can now purchase and read it.

I have learned a great deal through the process. I have learned what not to do and more things that I should be doing. I am learning that marketing is a painful chore that few people like, and gaining reviews is like pulling teeth with no anesthesia.

However, if I had to do it all over again, I would. In fact, I am doing it again as I work to complete the second book in the series.

More to come.

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Here’s to Being Back to Writing

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A great friend brought to my attention that I have not posted to my writing blog since June 2017. There has been so much happening in our lives and I hope to share some great news over the next few blogs with you.  In the meantime, thanks for reading and we are looking forward to a great 2018.

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The Throne and Footstool of God

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Some good thoughts from a brother who worships with a great group of believers at Shannon Hills Bible Chapel in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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If the entire universe was a depiction of God’s greatness and we had only a flashlight to illuminate that greatness with, we would not even begin to approach the smallest fraction of God’s infinite majesty.  Yet, this is exactly the condition that we are in. We have the Word that points us to His greatness, but our humanly limitations and finite minds can hardly begin to comprehend the boundless magnitude of His immensity.

God’s immenseness is beautifully pictured in Isaiah, “Thus says the Lord: “Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool, what is the house that you would build for me, and what is the place of my rest?” (Isaiah 66:1)

Putting that into the modern American diction, God is saying “I live in heaven; it’s My throne. I made the earth; you know, earth, that thing you live your entire life on, the thing that everyone that…

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