Despite the brevity of His precious life, Jesus Christ accomplished our salvation. 12 Words This was written for the Weekend Writing Prompt by Sammi Cox. For instructions, click Here.
As the sunlight began to wane, I stood there, my senses stimulated by the most picturesque view I have ever beheld. If I play my cards right, I shall be the next mistress of Brighton Hall. I suppose Ambrose is a very agreeable man but, if only his brother, Fitzwilliam were the heir instead. 54… Read More Madeline’s Musings
Martin was immediately attracted to Efosa when they met, although there was a considerable age difference between them. One afternoon when he was walking home from church, he ran into her. He invited her to join him and as they walked, they talked. It was the first time they had exchanged more than pleasantries. Her… Read More Efosa
Michelle waited for Baasil. They had been seeing each other since January. She smiled as she remembered the first time they met. It was at the museum. She was reading while waiting for her friend, Alison. Glancing up, she saw him standing in front of a painting. Suddenly, he turned and faced her. He approached… Read More Michelle
I was so nervous, I wanted to puke. It was all Momma’s idea. She knows I hate being in the spotlight. 21 Words This was written for the Weekend Writing Prompt by Sammi Cox. For instructions, click Here.
It was Mother’s Day and Mrs. Kiesler was hoping that her son would make an impromptu visit. It was strange that he hadn’t visited the family last year, not even for Christmas. The church probably couldn’t do without him. Her heart filled with pride. Her son, the priest. 48 Words This was written for the… Read More A Mother’s Day Wish
Forty days later, when Moses came down from Mount Sinai carrying the two stone tablets on which God had written the Ten Commandments with His finger, his face was luminous. 30 Words This was written for the Weekend Writing Prompt by Sammi Cox. For instructions, click Here. Sources: Bible Gateway; Bible Knowing
“How was your weekend, Professor Moore?” “It was fine. Last night I watched A lexicon of Teenagers on BBC. It explained the confusing slangs they use. How was your weekend?” “I tried to read Lolita but I couldn’t get through it. The words painted a picture of a pervert.” “You mean Humbert Humbert?” “Yes. Imagine… Read More Teen Talk & Humbert Humbert
It was suffocating, dark and crammed with shackled slaves. There were no toilets in the catacombs where they were kept before being taken to the auction block to be inspected and sold. She was one of the lucky ones who had survived the long and harrowing journey across the sea to Zanzibar. The following day,… Read More Survived to be Sold
“Beware! She’s not what she purports to be.” “You said that about Elizabeth.” “And, I was right, wasn’t I?” “Yes, but it doesn’t mean that you’re right about Marjorie.” “She’s wrong for you, James.” “Preposterous! She’s a perfectly amiable girl, the sort of girl most mothers would approve of.” “I’m not most mothers.” “True. You’re… Read More Motherly Advice