Tattered Wings

I recall a summer like this circa 1985 or so. High temperatures everyday. No rain, no summer breeze. Just hot, sticky. Back then I was one of the owners of Odd’s Bodkin, a Jean store and video rental outlet. Everyday after work, we could hardly wait to lock up for …

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POEM – SHED BLOOD

SHED BLOOD Thank You Lord Jesus for victory in the shedding of Your blood on Calvary. My sin upon Your shoulders my debt paid in full, Dear suffering Servant. Heaven’s entry guaranteed, unworthy soul that I am washed white from Crimson Red. Empty tomb of sacrificial grace leads me to …

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SOMETIMES A LIGHT SURPRISES

SOMETIMES A LIGHT SURPRISES William Cowper (words) Craig Courtney (music) Sometimes a light surprises the Christian while he sings; It is the Lord who rises with healing in His wings: When comforts are declining, He grants the soul again A season of clear shining, to cheer it after rain. In …

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