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WellWithMySoul

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    I LOVE the Word! To be progressively transformed more and more into His likeness is an incredible thing, and is greatly desired. This is my greatest interest!
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    All circumstances in life, even those of adversity, are opportunities to glorify our God and to prove His indwelling presence! I long to ever be grateful, to love, and to praise the glorious One who gave Himself for me!

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  1. "Ban The Person Above You" Game

    I can't do it, I can't do it....I'm laughing too hard! LOL...I love it...laughing...but banning Rosie and NN and HC...hoping they will come back all the more and make me laugh some more! LOL
  2. The beauty of creation

    This is a picture of a couple of snow plants. They grow in the woods near us.
  3. The beauty of creation

    I have a little Canon 25x Digital camera that I use. After I get pictures downloaded to the computer, I edit them a tad to try to enhance the colors...but that's all. The picture below is a zoomed up shot of a forest fire plume. I've seen lots and lots of plumes before, but never with "rings" around them like in the picture. There was actually another forest fire off to the north and east and together they created a storm of their own even with lightning.
  4. The beauty of creation

    We were driving out in the woods one day and came upon these free range sheep...guided by a shepherd and sheep dogs.
  5. The beauty of creation

    This was sunrise yesterday. We have 2 forest fires not far from us, and the smoke really changes the sunrise and sunset and the clouds. I took this shot about 6:45 AM as we took off to go for our 4 mile morning walk.
  6. The beauty of creation

    This is a local falls and state park that we never tire of going to. It is basically in our "back yard", so to say...and we do go in through the "back door"; an entrance for locals.
  7. The beauty of creation

    God's creation is amazing! I snapped this shot a couple of weeks ago. The second picture was one that I took last winter of the steeple of the church my father in law pastored many, many years ago..here in our dinky town.
  8. A Member Having Major Surgery Tomorrow

    I will be joining you in prayer for Debbie, and I will also lift up her husband and other lost family. I'm so glad that Debbie knows the Lord!
  9. An Eternity At Dire Risk

    We went out to see Dorothy on Thursday. The time was so close. I leaned over her for over 20 minutes soothing her brow, took my fingers and ever so gently "brushed" her hair, and whispered closely into her ear. I whispered to her several times. I spoke of my love for her, and I spoke of the love of Jesus. It was extraordinary how every time I said the name "Jesus"....she would make a soft groaning noise and try to open her eyes. I took note of it, and repeated it every few minutes. One time I leaned back after whispering of Jesus' love for her, and I noticed a huge tear under only one eye. That in itself is amazing! She was so dehydrated and emaciated; how was she even able to have a tear? A long while later, I whispered to her one last time and gave her a soft kiss on her temple, and told her goodbye. This morning, Dorothy passed away into her eternity. My heart is heavy with grief because I don't know if she ever called out to the Saviour with her need for salvation. She had heard the Word...the Gospel very clearly. She's gone now, but her husband and family are still here and ever so needy for the Lord. I greatly appreciate all of your prayers for Dorothy. Her appointed day arrived, and she is where she is. I just pray that the Lord would grant me a real love for others such that I speak of the precious Saviour more often and indeed, more boldly. Time is of essence. May we all not just speak of the glorious gift that He has given, but prove it with and by our very lives..."Let your light so shine before men, that they might see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven" (Matt. 5:16). Thank you all again for praying.
  10. The beauty of creation

    That picture was taken about 4 yrs ago on Belfast Rd. north of Standish. We got to see a funny thing out there. We saw a herd of antelope out a litle ways from the road, and shortly after we saw a good sized coyote on the hunt heading for the antelope. I'm an old softie and I knew what was going to happen, and I didn't want to watch. We kept driving along slowly until the fellas began to laugh. I looked over and began to laugh too. That ole coyote was totally skedaddling out of there, zig zagging here and there with a big cloud of dust following behind. That herd of antelope was grouped up and hot on the tail of that coyote! That was quite the sight to see.
  11. The beauty of creation

    Jim_Alaska lives on the other side of Mt. Shasta from us. The next picture I took right near Ukulelemike's neck of the "woods".
  12. The beauty of creation

    I snapped this picture close to home a couple of years ago. The hawk was sitting on the fence post but then when we got close it flew off. (Hmmm...having trouble re-sizing this pic)
  13. An Eternity At Dire Risk

    Yesterday, I went out to sit with Dorothy for about two and a half hours. I had prayed and prayed in advance that I would know and be sensitive to the leading of the Spirit and the wisdom and discernment as to what to say and what not to. Once again and with sadness, the doors were still closed to speak of spiritual things with her. How can that be? I so much desire that Dorothy would be saved! I am reminded yet again that the Lord loves her much, much more than I and is not willing that she perish. His thoughts and ways are also much higher than mine...and His timing and His way...are crucial. He is omniscient and I am very fallibly limited...so even though I was so greatly saddened that I didn't get to speak of spiritual things with Dorothy...I continue to entrust her to Him. Prayer is so very powerful, and to pray for a lost soul is immense. Aww, but for dear Dorothy and Billy to be snatched from the clutches of the evil one is greatly desired for, and sought through much prayer. I appreciate your prayers for her, and in His name...they carry a lot of "weight".
  14. An Eternity At Dire Risk

    Update: this morning my husband and I went out to Billy and Dorothy's house. An Hospice fellow and friend of ours, my husband, and Billy were going to fall a huge oak tree on their property. Hospice as well as the rest of us have been quite concerned about Billy, and so falling this tree was a way of distraction and a break for Billy to get out of the house for awhile. I sat with Dorothy. The cancer is rapidly ravaging her body. I sat there next to her for about an hour and a half. She talked with me just for about 5 minutes, and then she fell asleep. My heart is breaking for her. I watched her labored breathing. I looked at her face. She looks so frail. Indeed, she is. I felt so helpless and powerless for I couldn't even speak to her of my Saviour, but I prayed. I prayed and prayed. Tears hovered. O how the Lord Jesus does not want Dorothy to perish. He loves her so. Even though she is not totally aware, she is scared. This is a grief that is so heartbreakingly powerful; so unlike that of grieving for a loved one that is Heavenbound. Dorothy had sent me a card before she was hospitalized the first time, and she had signed it...."Forever Friends". Tears. I cannot see her heart, but from the outside...there is no evidence that she has seen her need for the Saviour. I so much pray even if by "the skin of her teeth or as by fire", that she would be saved...so that indeed, we could be "forever friends". Hospice "guesstimates" that Dorothy will pass on within the next couple of weeks.
  15. An Eternity At Dire Risk

    My dinner is ready, but I'm just so thrilled...that I had to come online first to let all know that this afternoon....the Lord was indeed with Debbie!!!! She called to let me know that the Lord gave her a tremendous boldness and strength and she didn't mince words with Dorothy about salvation! Dorothy had, had some pain med and so was a bit out of it, but it was made plain to her that there is only one way to Heaven...and that's thru the Lord Jesus Christ! She said that she believes that Jesus died on the cross for her sins, but then she would ramble off to something else. However, EVERY single time....Dorothy herself would return to the subject of God and Jesus. Debbie doesn't know how much actually pierced thru to Dorothy's heart, but we both know Heb. 4:12....and that the Word "speaks for itself"; it stands alone, and needs no help from us (and morphine can't even deter the power of God's Word). I'm just so amazed at how the Lord answered all of the prayers....YOUR prayers....that Debbie would have that boldness. Dorothy cried a few times, so we know that perhaps combined with the Gospel that I had shared with her some time ago, coupled with Debbie's bold conversation today...that the Lord is working!! Praise God from Whom ALL blessings flow! Please keep praying, dear OLB people, that both Dorothy and her husband would truly realize their need for the Saviour. O how exciting it is to see the Spirit working!!!
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