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February 2024 Storytime Blog Hop

Once again it’s time for a fun adventure. Enjoy my story below, then follow the links to other stories of participating authors in the blog hop.  Leave us comments.  We love hearing from you! This is the 12th installment of … Continue reading

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Old Testament Organization

The 39 books of the Old Testament are divided into 5 major sections: It isn’t necessary to memorize these categories, but it can be beneficial to know what kind of book you’re reading in order to best understand its message.

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Covenant of the Old Testament

The word testament means covenant. Thus the Old Testament means the old covenant. After God leads the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt, He takes them to Mount Sinai and gives them instructions, including the ones most of us are … Continue reading

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Indoor Plumbing in the Old Testament

Did you know that there’s a story in the Old Testament that mentions an indoor bathroom? And that’s not all. Judges 3:12-30 tells the story of Ehud a left-handed Israelite and Eglon, the king of Moab who had power of … Continue reading

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The Short and the Long of It

Psalm 117 holds two distinctions in the Bible. Can you name either? The first has to do with its location. Psalm 117 is the middle chapter of the Bible. There are 594 chapters before Psalm 117 and 594 chapters after … Continue reading

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Anyone Can Read the Entire Bible

Admittedly, the Bible is a BIG book, or rather, collection of books. The Bible contains 66 books divided into chapters; a total of 1,189 chapters to be exact. Thinking about reading the entire Bible is intimidating, especially for someone who … Continue reading

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Mixed Up Christmas: When Christmas Magic Fails

Christmas Magic has never failed…until today. Delivering presents on Christmas Eve takes preparation, hard work, and most of all magic. Everyone knows that, especially Terrance. As Santa’s main helper, he’s seen uncountable successful deliveries, so when Rudolph drinks the wrong … Continue reading

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October 2023 Storytime Blog Hop

Once again it’s time for a fun adventure. Enjoy my story below, then follow the links to other stories of participating authors in the blog hop.  Leave us comments.  We love hearing from you! This is the 11th installment of … Continue reading

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Author Interview: James Quinlan Meservy

Biography James Quinlan Meservy loves literature!  His favorite genre to read is classic literature (Charles Dickens is his favorite author). He lives in Southeast Idaho with his wife and children, and spent his childhood moving all across northern Utah. He … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Donna Marie West

Biography Donna Marie West is a Canadian educator, translator, author, and freelance editor. She has published some 500 drabbles, short stories, and non-fiction articles in a wide variety of Canadian and American magazines, web sites, and anthologies. She loves the … Continue reading

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