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Archive for January, 2014

It’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich woman like Lyza Lane to be saved. Yet with God all things are possible. Lyza’s billionaire lifestyle leaves no room for religion. She enjoys a meaningless jet-setting existence, keeping busy with L.L. Lane Unlimited, her father’s successful conglomerate, and her mother’s “Save the Orchids” campaign. Little does Lyza know that her lifelong employee constantly prays for her salvation. Be encouraged as Cook’s humble prayers and service throughout the story illuminate God as He works out His plan in Lyza’s life.

 

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My husband and I hosted our annual New Year’s Day party. We had so much fun. Family and friends gathered to celebrate the new year with food, fellowship, and laughter.

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Lovely smiles.

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Plymouth Rock held a few surprises. Here is the map with an introduction to the site.

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This beautiful replica of the Mayflower seems very small compared to the cruise ships crossing the Atlantic today. Although passengers on the Mayflower were not on a pleasure cruise, they were subject to the same elements as the Titanic.

The size of Plymouth Rock shocked me. I pictured the captain
disembarking the Mayflower, taking a magnificent pose atop the huge
boulder, and surveying the New World before him. Sigh.

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Join two born-again Christians exploring the Old City of Jerusalem without a tour group. Experience the excitement of discovering the Hebraic roots of our faith. Visit archaeological sites and museums that strengthen our faith. Discover Jewish holidays and learn their significance to Jesus and to us. Read about thriving churches in the Old City. Mingle with citizens of the Old City. Learn how to shop the souk and communicate with vendors. Hear the call of ancient stones from the Holy Land. Worship with us as we meet with God in churches, synagogues, mosques, tombs, tunnels, ramparts, and the Western Wall.

Click here to learn more.

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The third tallest statue in the United States, the National Monument to the Forefathers is reported to be the world’s largest granite monument. The monument stands high above the surrounding trees, a granite reminder of the strength and endurance of the Pilgrims.

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Kirk Cameron released Monumental, a movie about this historic gem, in 2012.

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The monument is inscribed on the front with these words: National Monument to the Forefathers. Erected by a grateful people in remembrance of their labors, sacrifices, and sufferings for the cause of civil and religious liberty.

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The monument is located at Plymouth, Massachusetts. My husband and I visited the area last fall. Research is vital for the writer. It helps to see places I write about either in my current work-in- progress or books already written.

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Happy New Year!

I wish all of my readers the best of 2014. The new year holds wonderful opportunities. May each of us hope, love, and bless others.

Jer 29:11: For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

The future is bright and hopeful.

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