Marjorie Albertson @marjorie

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 9 years, 2 months and 25 days.

  I have published 15 blogs and 553 comments.

 My first blog was published on Tuesday 23rd of March 2010.

 My most recent blog was published on Thursday 30th of September 2010.

My Blog Archive
Brother Don's Testimony
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BROTHER DON "Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature" II Corinthians 5:17a, KJV The night air was cool on Don's skin as he left the coffee shop. Climbing back into his big rig, he glanced at his watch and scowled....
Magic, Magik, and False Religions
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Magic is big news these days. It's everywhere. I have always been a reader; it's my favorite hobby. I have belonged to many book clubs. Years ago, I seldom saw books on magic listed in the book club listings. Now there are many. And the major...
Burdens and Blessings
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Another busy day. Tons of dirty clothes to wash, dry, fold, and put away. How does one little boy create so much laundry? I was putting shirts in D.'s chest of draws when he entered the room. For a 9 year old boy, D. is really into clothes. He...
Prayer for Lost Mothers
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Father God, I know you love us, your creations. You care, even for the little sparrows. I adore you Lord, I worship you, and I thank you for the previlege of loving and praying for others. Today, Lord, on the eve of Mother's Day, I want to pray...
A walk in the Woods
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Some years back, when I was living in central New Jersey, I joined a group that ministered to homeless people who slept in the woods behind one of the many local bars. The director was a short woman who was always nicely dressed. She looked like she...
Not Your Grampa's Mission Trip
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Handcuffs? Check. Web belt? Check. "Red" gun? Check. Bibles? Check! Some people have a little trouble with the security checks at airports. My husband and his fellow Christian cops have a wee bit more trouble than most folks. This is because...
A Father to Lean on
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The year was about 1932 or 32, the place was England. William, who had suffered a brain injury in WWI, had not been seen for several days. His wife and 3 little children were, naturally, quite distraught. The middle child, Marjorie, was about 5 or 6...
It's such a little church
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I live in an ecomomically depressed area. There is a lot of spiritual oppression here, also. Two little old church buildings stand empty. The remaining churches are unable to pay for full time pastors. There are no live bands, often not even an...
With God as my pilot...
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I've often heard people compare their Christian walk to a hilly area, full of highs and lows. I can see this, too, in my own life. But more often, my life seems like an airplane ride. Sometimes the plane is flying slowly, I feel like I'm in a...
About spring and other miracles
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The daffodils are opening! Hooray, spring is here. This past winter was a hard one, lots of snow. I'd thought last year we had the most snow I'd ever seen. This year I thought the same thing. Snow, snow, oh please go. So many people have...
God bless the people of Israel
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This week, Jewish people In Israel and around the world are celebrating Pesakh: Passover. This is one of the 3 Biblical feasts in which Jews were required to travel to Jerusalem. This is a very Holy festival to God's chosen people. Jewish people...
Thank God I'm not the Same
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I am so grateful that Yeshua/Jesus not only saves us from our sins, he also continues to draw us away from sin and helps us be more like him. As he once said, the spirtit is willing, but the flesh is weak. I want to grow ever more like the Lord, but...
What I learned from FOGNAV
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FOGNAV When I was a seaman's apprentice in the Coast Guard, I loved piloting our patrol boat on rescue missions. I knew our ‚‚¬‚Å Op Area‚‚¬ on the Delaware River and was familiar with the effects of the tides. I felt confident...
Lost, Lonely, and Used Children
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Boy, white male, 7, likes Legos and toy cars. Girl, African American, 12, likes swimming and movies. Have you ever looked at the web sites that feature children available for adoption? My lightly populated state of Maine has about 150 "waiting...
Hello Church
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We move along through space and time, meeting people, watching events unfold. We join clubs, go away in the military, or to college. In our day and time, we seem to move an awful lot. For me, the hardest part of moving is being away from my family....