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Need a Hug? Try Psalm 15

I opened my Bible this morning for my daily study and turned to this scripture.  Many of us are going through some difficult times right now, and this scripture gave me comfort and guidance. It put everything into least it did for me...for today.  I'll have to read his word again tomorrow because it just doesn't stick:)  Have a Great Saturday and Remember He's In Control!
"The Character of Those Who May Dwell With The Lord"
LORD, who may dwell in your sacred tent?     Who may live on your holy mountain?
The one whose walk is blameless,     who does what is righteous,     who speaks the truth from their heart;  whose tongue utters no slander,     who does no wrong to a neighbor,     and casts no slur on others;  who despises a vile person     but honors those who fear the LORD;  who keeps an oath even when it hurts,     and does not change their mind;   who lends money to the poor without interest;     who does not accept a bribe against the innoc…

Memories of Droughts

                      My dad is 85 years old and a wealth of wisdom and knowledge.  He serves as president of the Cowboy Story Tellers of  the Western Plains.  A couple of times a year a newsletter is printed and being the president he is required to write an article.  Today his story was on the droughts he had witnessed and I thought it too good not to share.  There are more "drought" stories, and he promised he would elaborate more so watch for Part II of Memories of Drought and other stories from my dad, Ralph Chain.                 
P.S. If you're interested in becoming a member of the Story Tellers' Assn. meet us in Pretty Praire, KS November 5th!

                          Memories of Droughts

About anywhere we’ve been this summer, all we heard about is how dry and how hot it
has been. We were in the Kansas Flinthills this week selling cows at El Dorado, Kansas, and about all we heard at the sale barn were people talking about running out of water and creeks an…