Monthly Archives July 2016

Four-engine gas prop Hastings

After a trial can come a blessing?

Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #33 Rite of Passage Twelve –Flying Solo– 1958 -I am now twenty-four years old Q: Travel: In a world filled with huge cultural differences it’s possible to make some fairly serious mistakes. Did you run a special risk in your past travels? This is going to […]

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How Long?

How Long? how long should He care? how long must He weep? outwardly no stain of tear. however, from within, a weeping, battered, bruised and beating heart, still throbs, with unconditional love. this loving heart? it weeps for ignorance, as evil’s subtlety persists. ‘tis bruised because of man’s deceptive ways. ‘tis battered by our endless […]

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Graham with Treena in London 1958

Learning How to Cry

Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #32 Rite of Passage Eleven –Off to the Unknown– 1958 -I am twenty-four years old Q The advice to be “silent” about painful issues can often be a mistake. Did you ever benefit by “talking-it-through” regardless of the pain? Be careful about the advice you are […]

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From Hills of Joy

From Hills of Joy As early morning dew glistens And jewels of Heaven shine May I too shine for You Lord Bringing Joy unto Your Heart Laughter to Your Spirit Take from me all wicked ways Evil thought and attitudes Preserve my soul for You That I may dwell and sing In Your Presence ever […]

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An Unresolved Conflict

Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #31 Rite of Passage Eleven –Off to the Unknown– 1958—I am twenty-four years old. Q: Unresolved Conflict: When conflict causes a separation without reconciliation it can remain a constant obstacle for life. Have you ever parted without an attempt at reconciliation? Is there yet still time? […]

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Early Prayer

Early Prayer Each dew drenched morning, early a solitary man arose to the music of the dawning. Cool amid hazy were those first lights, when I’d see his lonely figure, striding forth, with joyous steps, toward a misty mountain place to pray and seek his Father’s Face, upon that waiting mountainside. Once there, He’d find […]

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Capriciousness

Capriciousness Foxes had holes, and birds had their nest; But Christ was grateful wherever He’d rest. This was, quite often, some grassy knoll bed With no pillow to rest His weary head. Tranquility’s peace would always be His, In spite of the burden and endless needs, From confused people, the lost, and diseased. He baptized, […]

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Fillets of Sole Graham Kerr

When not to back down?

Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #30 Rite of Passage Ten –The Ocean’s Beckon– 1957 to 1958 -I am twenty three to twenty seven years old Q: Confrontations: Were you ever forced (by circumstances) to confront someone else when the outcome appeared to be questionable…even dangerous? I was a very young general […]

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No place to go but…up?

July 2, 2016 Flash of Silver the leap that changed my world Question #29 Rite of Passage Ten –The Ocean’s Beckon– 1957 to 1958 -I am twenty three to twenty seven years old The first ‘leap’ forward is called a BIG BREAK! Did you have one that advanced you well ahead of your peers? Was there a difficult […]

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A Tear

A Tear And there He hung Before the multitude Offering His Life, His Heart and Soul, His Love for the whole world In worship to His Father; However, did those prying eyes understand The single tear He shed, Was grief for them?

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