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Would Your Dog Rather Book for Kids and Dog Lovers

A few months ago I had so much fun making my first would your dog rather game book, that I decided to make another one called, Would Your Dog Rather Book for Kids and Dog Lovers: A Family Friendly Gamebook of Fun and Silly Questions that is perfect for Kids 6-12 and Pet Fans of Any Age. Filled with silly, dog-themed questions such as

  • Would your dog rather chew on a bone or slippers?
  • Would your dog rather adopt a cat or a bird?
  • Would your dog rather pay the bills or pay for groceries?
  • Would your dog rather smell like a skunk or take a bath?
  • Would your dog rather eat steak or ice cream?

 

Check it out now on Amazon as a paperback or eBook.

Posted in Poems Beginning with W, Poetry

Worn

Worn is usually the perfect expression for how I feel during the summer heat. There is something about the constant heat that leaves me feeling so tired. So I thought I would share a poem that expresses the feeling of the day, as I look forward to the relief of cooler weather.

Posted in Acrostic Poetry, Faith, My Books, Poems Begining with F, Poems Beginning iwth I, Poems Beginning with V, Poetry, Poetry Books

Poetry From the Heart Poems of Faith

If you enjoyed these poems, you might also enjoy my book, Poetry From the Heart: Poems of Faith. Available now on Amazon as a Kindle, paperback, or hardback book.

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Posted in Faith, life, Poems Begining with H, Poetry, Thoughts

He is Coming

Is it just me, or should the saying it never rains, but is pours should be changed to it never rains but it hurricanes. Because that is the way that it feels like right now. First it was a string of severe health set backs, and before I could catch my breath, it was six painful losses, one right after another.

Now, when it seemed like I might have time to catch my breath and finally begin to grieve, the bad news hits that it looks like my little puppy is following my Father’s footsteps. His sugar is high and his liver and kidneys are not doing so good. They are beginning to fail him. He has lost 8 or 9 pounds and that is a lot for a 28 pound little dog.

We have gotten the medicine and started treatment. Right now there may be hope, at least we hope that there is some hope. But it is too early to tell. For the next few weeks it will be a waiting game to see how Happy responds to the treatment.

During times like these it is so easy to get discouraged. To feel like all hope is lost and that joy is forever dead. Knocked down and tested to the point of breaking it seems like tears and sorrow are your undesired lot. In moments like these, where the pains and sorrows of life press down upon the heart seeking take away one’s breath, it is easy to forget that the pains of this life are for a moment. To forget that there is hope, because one day soon, sin will become a distant memory.

In the hour of darkness it may seem like sin is wining. That it is quickly going about swallowing up hope and happiness. But the good news is that the hour is quickly approaching when the tables will turn. Sin and its cruel companions, want, hunger, pain, sickness, and death, will be swallowed up. Truth, justice, hope, mercy, grace, and life everlasting will win the day.

Right now the enemy of soul’s is angry. He sees that his time is short, and like a roaring lion he is going about trying to turn the eyes of all from their only hope. He is trying to crush the hearts of men and keep them from looking up and through the eye of faith beholding the approaching promise of the great day of salvation.

He sees that final battle is getting ready to begin. He knows that it will not be long before the last decisions will be made, before the last heart will take their stand for or against God. And then the final crisis will begin, and just when it seems like he has gotten the victory, Jesus will appear and fill the heaven’s with His great glory.

Oh right now it is so easy to lose sight of that wonderful day. The pain and fears of this life seem like they are going to swallow us up, and there is no reason to smile anymore. But it is at this very moment that we need to look up. We need to look up with the eye of faith and behold the promised day of salvation. Because when we do our burdens will be lifted and our pain eased. Yes, the tears will flow and the heart will ache, but even in this fearful hour peace can and will fill our hearts as we set our sights not upon the darkness of the tomb, not upon the fearful uncertain of sickness and want, but upon the glorious day when this world will pass away and Heaven with its wondrous, unspoiled, and unfading glorious will be our home.