Debrah's Blog (6)

Loving Brothers and Sisters

 

I admit that I am new here to QQ.  I find it a tremendous blessing as I am isolated.  The many posts and articles and the library study which I have been enjoying is wonderful.

 

However, I have noticed a worrying trend. I have noticed that most posters are Quakers of one form or another.  But I have also noticed many…

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Added by Debrah on 3rd mo. 12, 2011 at 9:00pm — 1 Comment

Prophetic Dream: Tsunami

My husband let me sleep in a little this morning and I rose at 8:15 out of an amazing dream.

He handed me some coffee and I said "let me tell you the dream I had."

 

I saw a great wave that could only have been a Tsunami and it was coming from the west.  I heard It will affect  Hawaii and that it is under alert and that it could also affect the west coast of the United States.

I saw in the dream villages, that looked of dirt, or more primitive dried…

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Added by Debrah on 3rd mo. 11, 2011 at 9:00am — 12 Comments

What I believe...so far

 

Sometimes it is very difficult to put down exactly what a person believes other than the simple mechanics of one's faith. But that alone cannot convey the life of experiencing it, truly living it.

So I will give a type of testimony of how I was led.…

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Added by Debrah on 3rd mo. 6, 2011 at 10:30am — 4 Comments

The Joy of Service

As I watched my son in law whirl around my grandson in the air I, enjoyed the screams of glee from my grandchild, and the loving smile and tender twinkle in his fathers eyes. In a family these are the moments we…

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Added by Debrah on 3rd mo. 4, 2011 at 6:05pm — No Comments

Noisy Separation (see full post on blog)

A note on a noiseless home:
I remember visiting my grandmothers house, maybe you can remember visiting yours or some older member of your family. I remember the first thing which was immediately noticeable was the quiet. Perhaps all one would hear was the ticking of a clock or a bird chirping through an open window, or maybe a few dishes clattering…
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Added by Debrah on 3rd mo. 2, 2011 at 1:19pm — No Comments

Findng the Silence

 

"A Quiet life in the City"

 

 

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Added by Debrah on 2nd mo. 28, 2011 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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