Come Walk with Me

Walk. with. Me. Come walk with me, I need you to just walk with me. Walk to the edge of the city with me where we can see the sun as it goes down over the city. Walk with me, my beloved, to a place of comfort under the young pine trees ...

Author: Ossie Channer

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462844049

Category: Poetry

Page: 78

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14 OSSIE CHANNER Blue Bird Oh my blue bird flap your wings to the sounds of the wind turn Your head to the early morning sun and open your beak and sing to me My sweet with open arms I will dance with you blue bird Until my legs cant move any more Blue bird then you can rap your wings around me Blue bird let me feel the warmth of your feathers Push your chest out baby and sing I will dance just for you Blue bird takes me to the mountain where the frosty mist covered the leaves And sing for me blue bird the nightingale The sparrows and all their friends will all start singing and dancing with us Blue bird. We can all dance to the valley To the side of the river Into the garden where all the rose are slowly opening To the sound of the wind Sing baby sing blue bird. Dream Lover . . . The early morning sun glittered On my bed room window As if it was some kind of red diamond That move with a feeling of intimacies That could drive a man wild, The color of the sun drag across the cream colored silk sheet As if a painter has romantically painted the colors of the rainbow all over my bed That could only be love. I know I was in heaven As I slowly turn to take my angel into my arms To my surprise she was gone I run to the door shout out her name Door to door to the living room Where the bright glittering sun force her colorful light though the widow shade. On the coffee table was a note she left behind. I fell asleep in your arms and yes I feel like a queen on the chest of my lord With our bodies rap around each others I was secured Like an angel in heaven. Then I was awaken by your soft voice calling some one your angel And it was not my name So I take first flight out to a lonely place Call hearth break hotel so long dream lover
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We walk shoulder to shoulder to give me confidence the plate of discipline is a deep, strong dark blue. Then Jesus comes close, puts an arm around my shoulder, draws my head close to him as he holds a bowl of comfort for me to consume.

Author: Edith Adrian Matthies

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781525515422

Category: Self-Help

Page: 246

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This writing began as a light, retrospective narration walking through remembrances common to many who grew up in prairie farming communities in the last seventy years. The walk continued through life’s experiences which were, in turn, challenging or hilarious, poignant or bitter, and probably not highly unusual. It became apparent to the writer that a benevolent Presence had been the constant companion in the journey. In order to overcome inherent obstinacy, the Spirit of God nudged, pulled, coaxed and even pushed as was needed. The writer was able to invariably choose joy in the culmination of her life’s experiences because of the deep love she experienced from her Heavenly Father. As a result, this writing evolved from a collection of vignettes into a spiritual biography written with introspective vulnerability for the enjoyment and contemplation of her children, her grandchildren and all those who were part of her journey.
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Come September , Bob would return to the U.S. on furlough . ... He would fly me and my bags to a landing strip at Narok , return to pick up the women at Tenwek , then come back for ... Something on the horizon COME WALK WITH ME 171.

Author: Melvin L. Cheatham

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9780849965142

Category: Religion

Page: 251

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The true story of one doctor's fascinating journey, a patient's courageous struggle, and the faith they both shared. Sometimes without warning, a person walks into your world and changes everything - your career, your future, your life. For Dr. Melvin Cheatham, that person was Stanley Cheborge. And Come Walk With Me is the story of their rare and moving friendship. This triumphant account of how incurable suffering united two very different people shows how a patient taught his doctor some of life's most deep and powerful lessons. The road that Dr. Cheatham and Stanley walked covers dissapointment, hope, sorrow, and faith. Come, step along the path and you will see how far a friendship can lead.
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Come walk with me and I will share with you the choice I made to serve him. I will tell you how he taught me that prayer is not just about me, or my needs and wants, but it's also about praying for others, helping them in their time of ...

Author: Sara Clark

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780615362038

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I don't think I would have been on time if you had not come along.” He did not respond apart from a nod of his head, eyes focused on the road. I decided to let him keep his mind on the road and not distract him with small talk.

Author: Joyce Hightower

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781449740146

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 170

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Every day events can teach important life lessons. Author Joyce Hightower shares some of the amazing spiritual lessons she learned throughout her life, while raising her three children, and during the times she lived in and led mission trips to Africa.
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Come Walk with Me outlines my life's journey of overcoming hurdles meant to deter me from reaching my destiny in God. Things that were meant for my harm turned out to be the things that pushed me into the waiting arms of Jesus.

Author: Becanna Cooper

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973681601

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 140

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Come Walk with Me is the testimonial of a young woman who learned to love God, shamelessly and wholeheartedly. Life’s challenges push her into a level of innocence and intimacy as she clings more to God. It is in the pureness of heart that she trusts her darkest secrets, dirtiest laundry, and sincerest desires to God. Before she realizes it, she has entered into a precious, loving, and sexless relationship, unlike any relationship she has ever known.
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to do something to protect myself so I “hooked” with another inmate. Please believe me Elaine, I am not homosexual.” She had noted in his letters his often made references, ... 72 “Hooking up” by Stephen Donaldson. 155 COME, WALK WITH ME.

Author: Elaine Ruth Pope

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465315878

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 196

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"The author asks as you read this 'prison reform' book interlaced with small parts of her own personal involvement, that you overlook the grammar, punctuation and, sentence structure errors because she did not and, does not consider herself a writer. But she felt this story had to be told to inform society there is another view of prison life on the inside, rather than only the stories reported by the media and the justice system itself. Therefore, what you are about to read will take you on a journey into the chilling hellhole of prison and, you will find it is not at all what you expected it to be. Quite the contrary, it is a house of dreams for souls who are victims themselves: Victims of abuse while living on the outside in society and, victims of abuse by the penal system during incarceration. In addition, they are victims of drug and alcohol related incidents, or bad judgment and, in more cases than we can imagine, of wrongful conviction." "Elaine was almost oblivious to the insane walk; two sets of remote controlled steel gates, a search room, a 70-foot fenced walkway topped with rolls of ice-steel razor wire, another set of barred gates, but this time, she was conducted straight to the hospital. Every time she made this trip she was appalled at the madness behind the disproportionate security. It appeared to her the perimeter towers, rifles, steel topped clubs, pepper spray and stun guns strapped to the hips of every guard were security enough against men who were shackled behind these cement walls." (p. 17) "Elaine was alone in Starke, Florida. She had driven from Michigan alone to meet Horace and to help him with his appeals and also, when the time was right to become his wife. During the five months since her arrival from Michigan, she had made a few acquaintances, but hadnt had sufficient time to make a good friend. Horace had been her only friend. She had neither friends nor family to stand by her side to give comfort and solace as Horace slowly died a suffering death. But why? Why would a woman, who was considered an average societal wife and mother, leave family and home, even divorcing, to marry a man on death row? Why enter into an environment where personal diminishment is the daily experience? And especially perplexing, why enter into a relationship with a man whose impending death was possibly the only future? Why did Elaine do this? Did She have a choice? It seemed, somehow, her whole life had prepared her in a special way to follow this course, as if a plot had been written. Did she feel a martyr? Did she feel a fool? Did she feel courageous? Elaine truly doesn't have answers to any of these questions, yet one thing she knows about herself," (p. 21) "Even though Horace worked hard in the orange groves all day and led a Honky Tonk band at night in several Lounges in Bartow and Eloise, it didn't matter what he could have been. His reality was, he was marked...His being part Japanese at that prejudicial time and Native American as well, he was prejudged and condemned by an absurd record of poverty and ethnicity. Whether he was laboring in the groves or strumming his guitar playing in lounges at night, Horace was a wandering man with a wandering heart in search of fulfillment. And for this honky-tonk heartbreaker, unfortunately, the worst was about to come for he was one more person who would not be touched by the American Dream but was about to become part of Americas nightmare. (page 29) "The Court: If I can assure you that I would makewell, I will assure you that in the event you are sentenced to life or death The Defendant: Yes, maam. The Court:that I would do everything within my power to have them protect you, but in protecting you, not isolate you from sight and hearing of other inmates. The Defendant: Yes, maam, I understand.
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"So . . . ," I paused before committing myself to what I was about to ask. " I think You'd better take me home to Yourself right now. Then Jack can marry someone who ... An hour or so later I'd pull into the driveway 2 Come Walk with Me.

Author: Carole Mayhall

Publisher: WaterBrook

ISBN: 9780307459404

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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How can I become the godly woman I desire to be? Are there things I can do to deepen my relationship with God? What can I do to help other women mature spiritually? Women are inherently relational; we naturally respond to people, particularly other women. Because of this, many of us learn best through a one-on-one mentoring relationship--such as the one described in Titus 2 ("...older woman...train the younger women..."). Yet countless numbers find it difficult to find a godly woman prepared to fill this role. That's why author Carole Mayhall has written Come Walk With Me: to stand in the gap as counselor and guide while you grow, and to teach how you, too, can assist younger Christian women in their spiritual walk. Carole's friendly, helpful advice will help you... Review the crucial basics of the Christian faith Fall more deeply in love with God as you learn about his love for you, discover the immeasurable value of the Bible and the purpose of prayer, and learn how studying God's Word in different ways can impact your life. Dig into God's word Find out which study methods work best for you! Choices include verse studies, personal applications, Scripture meditation, chapter studies, Scripture memorization, character studies, topical studies, and the use of prayer notebooks. Apply Bible truths Learn about obeying God, loving your husband and children, being self-controlled and pure, managing a household, and showing kindness (as described in Titus 2). Pass on what you learn Learn how to fulfill the biblical command to help other women grow in the Christian life.
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It is unnameable. It is more an aloneness coming over us and a mute inner groaning welling up from our depths, and there we are. Such a time came upon me in the late hours of such a day, before darkness was upon the corner of my world.

Author: Carolyn Long Marel

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781612154275

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 222

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A child of parents born in the Indian Territory and one of the first generation of children born in Oklahoma after statehood in l907. Grandchild of pioneers making the Cherokee Land Run, in l893, where she was born on land claimed and acquired by her paternal grandfather, Benjamin Franklin Long. She grew up on that farm and became one with all she saw and felt and lived, coloring her own life as a student, a pioneer in her own rights, in her many travels and diverse interests as: Wife and Mother, Homemaker, Professional Housekeeper, Nanny to several Children (still dear to her), and to many newborn babies as a Night Nanny Nurse. Marel lives in a retirement home in Edmond, Oklahoma, where she is a regular communicant in a nearby Anglican Church. She is an active participant where she lives and continues to write almost daily.
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“Not far, across A A. We could walk, but I'd rather not this time of night.” They walked in silence to his car, and minutes later crossed A A and parked on a sandy spit ofland. Moonlight rode ripples of water along a golden pathway to ...

Author: Joan Medlicott

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781416553571

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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From Joan Medlicott, the nationally bestselling creator of the beloved Ladies of Covington series, comes an inspiring, hope-filled tale of a woman who finds the courage to begin a journey that will lead to a whole new life. When Claire Bennett's husband died, she felt directionless. Their thriving antiques business and beautiful house in the Hamptons, the social scene and her volunteer work -- all seemed empty without Phillip. Estranged from her adult daughter and son, Claire knows that in the depths of her heart she still mourns a terrible loss from a tragic accident years ago. Fleeing her memories, Claire moves to a condo in Florida, then impulsively leaves to visit her engaged daughter in North Carolina. From the sandy beaches of Boca Raton to a tiny farm tucked high in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Claire gains self-awareness through the unexpected kindness of strangers, and finally forces herself to confront some hard truths from the past. Finding a joy in life that has been missing for many years, Claire at last reaches out to her son and daughter. And when the healing of old wounds leads her to a new love, Claire realizes that her travels have brought her to a place where she will never again walk alone.
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