This is a TRUE story of a dog rescued from a Shelter in the United States and brought into Mexico to live with a pet loving family. Sadly "Peanut" had already been in two other homes before ours. Her second owner had to go into a Nursing home, so she was back at the shelter in Arizona. I had just lost a Loving dog in 2007 and wasn't anxious to replace her, but our little black dog had been so lonely since SanDee had passed. I searched the internet and found "Peanut".
This short ebook covers both the archaeological and historical evidence which shows that our entire planet was once ruled by a totalitarian regime based in ancient Babylon and describes how that system was destroyed by ancient Celts and Picts. I provide modern day evidence that shows how the descendants of these ancient Celtic liberators are being hunted down and systematically exterminated by The Church of Babylon.
It is difficult to talk about "Ned" without giving away his truth. But, what I will say is that the character of Ned is elusive. He is mysterious, avoiding the discussion of much of his past. Ned is a caring person who would do anything for you. Just don't ask him a lot of personal questions. We have all known people like that. People with secrets that would rather keep things to themselves. People with histories that they would rather forget, or hold close to their own hearts.
We have had many dogs and cats over the last 27 years. We've had all of them spayed or neutered. In 2010 I rescued a beautiful Calico cat from our neighborhood here in Mexico. She was so skinny and malnourished. My first priority was to get her fed with proper nutrition. Only a few weeks went by and it seemed Miss Callie was really gaining weight. Friends came by and we all wondered, was she pregnant? I had never gone through this with any of our pets or strays.
"Squigmont Ross McNeil and the Purple Cat" is a book about being different and the effect it has on our lives and others. In today's world, being different isn't always easy. Squigmont's Mother is a squirrel, his Dad is a Bear. Therefore, Squigmont is very different than everyone he knows. Growing up, Squigmont has trouble making friends, but only because he is so unique. Since he is alone, and lonely, he learns to get along by himself. But still he is bullied and called names.
Do you desire a deeper more intimate walk with God? Does your heart crave to be closer to Him? Do you know that such a walk with the Lord is really possible? It is. And in "My Name is Jealous" you will learn the practical steps to developing an abiding relationship with God that will enable you to experience His good, acceptable and perfect will for your life. Written as a daily devotional, My Name is Jealous speaks to the heart of the believer who desires more of God in his or her life.
The Pan of Hamgee isn't paranoid. There must be some people in K'Barth who aren't out to get him. Unfortunately, right now, he's not sure where they are. His family are dead, his existence is treason and he does the only thing he can to survive – getaway driving. As if being on the run isn't bad enough, he finds a magic thimble. He decides to keep it, which can only mean trouble. Sure enough, it does. He unwittingly sets himself on a collision course with Lord Vernon, K'Barth's despot ruler. The Pan is forced to make choices and stand up for his beliefs. It's a challenge, since previously he had no beliefs he was aware of. Faced with a stark moral dilemma, he realises his new found integrity might even stick... if he can stop running.
“This is not your typical lightly feathered daily moment of uplifting encouragement. Instead, you hold in your hand an outline for boot camp as you travel with me through: discoveries, revelations, lessons regarding what it means to get closer to God’s heart, the cleansing fires of God’s love, and scratch the surface of what it means to live this out in every day life where the rubber meets the road. You and your group are about to become both a fly on the wall to the thoughts of my heart, as well as fellow participants in probably one of the most intense periods of growth I have ever been through!”
“I saw a tidbit one day, of someone not understanding why anyone would sing of falling in love with God, or why anyone would sing of God desiring to love us. They asked if they should glorify God or send Him flowers. . . God says in Scripture that He longs to take us under His wings as a mother hen gathers her chicks (Psalm 91:4, Matthew 23:37). God says He sings over us and rests in His love as He does so (Zephaniah 3:17). God says He thinks about us all day long, that we are always on His mind ( Psalm 139).
“Indeed. . . God sets the solitary in families. . . the lonely among those who care. . . Through the efforts of some of those among my church family’s pastoral staff, the glass walls began to crumble. . . It was fearful at times, especially when big chunks of those walls fell down leaving me feeling exposed and vulnerable for a time. . . But God in His wisdom had placed the right people in my life at precisely the right time to help me through, to draw me out, and as a result, to bring me to that place of healing and restoration I keep talking about. In light of the past few years, this verse really is a comfort tonight.”