Count your blessings short story
The Snowy Day Mystery by David A. AdlerAfter nearly a quarter of a century, Cam Jansen remains a popular character, garnering new fans with each new title. In this newest Cam Jansen mystery, its a very snowy day outside, so Cam and Eric are running late to computer lab. When they finally arrive, they realize that three computers are missing! There are only two clues—footprints in the snow outside and a locked window. This mystery seems impossible to solve, but with Cam Jansen on the case, the thieves dont stand a chance!
Count Your Blessings #120 – Short Stories
I love stories. Sometimes I think that I should read more factual instructive reference books, but I love to read stories. They sometimes give a glimpse of something that a text book never could. Last week we went on one of our quiet days in Keswick. There is something about these days that trips my brain over into a creative spin.
This inspiring hymn of thankfulness to God makes for a wonderful meditation for your private devotions or to share in a time of quiet prayer and reflection with a small group, as I did last night. Johnson Oatman, Jr. His life is a testimony to the legacy left by a loving Father who sings praise to God with his children! Johnson grew up to become a bi-vocational Methodist minister and he wrote over 5, hymns, including Count Your Blessings in Count Your Blessings is considered his finest hymn and for over one century it has been one of our most loved hymns.
One Texas-hot day when I was no more than five or six, I went with my uncle and two of his friends to pick watermelons. Probably less than an acre in size, the field where the melons grew appeared never-ending to me, every inch of the ground covered in a tangle of vines, with huge, gray-green fruits scattered among the leaves as far as my eyes could see.
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Sometimes life can seem challenging and we usually get the well known feeling of "the grass on the other side is always greener"! We all feel frustrated with the challenges that life throws at us at some point of time or the other. The best thing to do at that point of time is to close our eyes and start counting of all the blessings in life that God has given us.
Mom and Dad raised 8 kids. Dad was a carpenter and farmer. We always had plenty of fun and love and just enough money to get by. We had the normal trials and tribulations you would expect with such a large family. Mom and Dad are gone now and we all miss them. I remember something my Dad would say when things got tough. We've all had people in our lives who have made a positive impact on us.