ROCK-Salt! Art Proctor
· A Moosecapade
· A novel, Chapter one, temporarily discontinued
· A Novel, chapter one, continued.
· A Beary Scary Story.
· A novel. a few pages at a time.
· God and the Spider
· It shouldn't take a brick!!
· Beer, Fishing, Golf, & Sex
· The Grey Headed Brigade
· A hedge on the pledge
· WHAT !!?
· If teachers, taught, did preachers, praught?
· Recall Notice!
· Imagine that!
· God's love for us!-- Bobby's dime
· What Next?
· The Book
· In God We Trust
· Old vs New
· Words for His Word's Sake.
· Threat of Debt
· Raccoon Madness
· A Rich Man
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The old adage: "Youth is wasted on the Young" is, all about, learning to rejoice, in the present~~which requires wisdom~~which requires experience~~ which requires time~~~SO, that old adage, is surely, true . Art
When we were children, a child was often the last thing we wanted,
Always acting older, wanting the right to reason for ourselves and from authority or control over us, to be speedily
The billions of stories, of that endeavor to make one's
is played out throughout the world, in inexplicable, unique scenarios,
every minute of every,
But somewhere on our growing old, journey, each of us is led
Between God and self as to who sits on our life's throne; with the devil in the middle, trying to to convince us God and eternity is nothing but
If we see through the lies and are, through Jesus saved and,
We learn to discern, to choose wisdom and thru His Word we see; that becoming that innocent, obedient child again, is exactly what our Father in heaven wants us,
ROCK-Salt! 09 07
"Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and
become as little children; you will by no means enter
the kingdom of heaven. Thefore whoever humbles himself
as this little child is the greatest in the kingdom of
heaven"~~~~ Matthew 18:3-4
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|Reviewed by Daring Sunshine
|God wants us to love him as little children; we see fresh reminders in those little children. God's truth is Real! Good pen. Wake up and keep on! peace&grace-Sharon|
|Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
|How sweet this is,stay safe and well..Hugsssss|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|2x a winner!!
|Reviewed by Walt Hardester
|Our adult pride does keep us from many things we should be enjoying.
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|Nicely done, Rock! I picture a little child toddling over to his Daddy in complete trust, knowing in his child's-heart that in Daddy's arms is safety and love.
And I think that's what Jesus' love is, a refuge for the one who will rest in His arms and trust Him in all things.
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|the picture is as precious as can be--and your words ring true|
|Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
|We are born innocent and defiled by worldly knowing, which is of arrogance before God, to become one with God again, as Jesus says we have to become like little children innocent again! You brought this out in nice poetic form, Best to you Rock. Jasmin Horst|