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Starting September 23, and ending December 21, I'm going to have a book challenge for any other bookworms like me out there who are willing to participate. The rules are simple: pick four of the six categories below to complete, read the books of your choice pertaining to those chosen categories (you have to tell us what books they are and who wrote them), and try to be the first to finish your chosen books before Autumn ends. Or if you choose, you can take a Level 2 challenge, and read books for all six categories. On December 20, we will all meet on here and talk all about the books we've read (please, no spoilers!) And if this challenge is a hit with all of you folks, I'll try to do another one for Winter. I hope y'all have fun! :-D 1. Read a classic book (pre-1965). 2. Read a book taking place in a foreign country. 3. Read a book that was also a movie. 4. Read a book you consider long. 5. Read a book with a weapon in the title. 6. Read a book taking place during World War I.
Looking out at the beautiful world around me, I am once again struck by the artistry of God's wonderfull handicraft... nature. It inspired this poem, and I thought I'd share it with all of you. If Autumn has also inspired poetry in your minds and hearts, then please feel free to share it here. The Hues of Fall The hues of Fall flash before me, As green slowly turns into gold, And mingles with shades of red and brown, In a tradition six thousand years old. What artwork the Lord has created! What mastery of ink and quill! The patchwork horizon lays before me... So beautiful, so pleasant. So peaceful, so still.
While reading a novella, "Ancient of Days: End of Perfection," about the fall of the Watchers or angels before the flood, I became interested in the famous quote of Jesus: “I see Satan already fallen like lightning from heaven...” The question that remains now is when did this occur? Before the creation of man, immediately before the flood or way after?