“The Stranger” – by my personal friend Judge Roy Moore – Alabama Supreme Court Justice

mc32This poem was written by my personal friend Judge Roy Moore –

The Honorable State Supreme Court Justice in Alabama –

He gave me permission to repost this copyrighted work.

“The Stranger” by Judge Roy Moore

The old man was alone by the fire that night; His wife and his kids were in bed. Christmas was near, but he was out of a job And could barely keep his family fed.

It was snowing outside and cold in the room, Because he had little wood left to burn. This would be a sad Christmas with cupboards so bare, For he had run out of places to turn. Continue reading

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Jesus is Lord!

 

I know it is a week early for the Two Week’s Notice, but I just had to send out this cool report for you to rejoice with me about,  plus with ministry this Friday evening for Kingdom Encounter and then two sessions out in Seward Nebraska on Saturday I knew there would then be too much to write about next week,

so I decided to send it in part now.

 

I had a great and easy 12 hour drive to southwest Kansas and then ministered four separate times there, plus on the way home at a Maximum Security Prison in Tecumseh Nebraska on Monday.  I also wrote a brand new article in my  blog at the hotel the first night.  It is called, “Don’t Quit” and can be found here at www.anointed2go.com if you have not read it or want to share it with someone else.  The fountain picture below is a vivid reminder of how God will flow through us if we Don’t Quit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

My host home was way out in the country, seven miles out a dirt road where each evening I encountered skunks and coyotes on my journey there. 

 

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