All posts in "Verse of the Day"

Let’s Make a Deal

By Don Doran / a few days ago

As a parent I remember times when my children would disobey and the knew I was going to correct them. Often they would, in desperation say, “Daddy, I promise I will be good, please don’t spank me!” They would proceed to make all the promises in the world of what they would do right. “I […]


Where is Your Hope?

By Don Doran / 6 days ago

Where do we put our hope? A question that we each have to answer for ourselves. When the pressure of life builds, where are we going to turn for help? When disease, financial problems, family situations or the multitude of lifes other things happen, how will we survive? “I prevented the dawning of the morning, […]


Bend Me

By Don Doran / last week

Good morning! I am praying that you have a wonderful day today and enjoy a special blessing from the Lord. I found the Psalmist praying a interesting prayer: “Make me to go in the path of thy commandments; for therein do I delight. Incline my heart unto thy testimonies, and not to covetousness.” (Ps 119:35-36)  Help […]


Me First!

By Don Doran / last week

Good morning! Yesterday one of the 4 year old children on my bus looked at an adult and said, “You look weird!” Well you never know what a child is going to say, especially the children that we work with. However, although no one else said anything to him, I couldn’t let it go and told […]


Tour Guide

By Don Doran / a couple of weeks ago

Good morning! I pray that you have a wonderful day. Have you ever went on a vacation and planned all of the places you would go, the route you would take and the places you would stay while on the trip? You want to make the best use of your time and money. You want to see […]


What The World Is Waiting For

By Susan Niswonger / last month

I love traveling by car.  You may not arrive at the destination as quickly, but the journey is a lot more interesting.  I enjoy traveling through quaint little out-of-the way towns.  You can find the most amazing lawn ornaments and view architecture born in the mind of the homeowner rather than the clean lines regurgitated […]


My Choice of Weapons!!

By Debra Jones / a couple of months ago

I am in “Battle”, I am standing to attention and I am looking around scoping my territory, I am planning my counter attack. Did you think I would lie down and allow you to take my territory, to sneak into my camp? Do you think after all that I have endured I would just walk […]


Another Day

By Don Doran / a couple of months ago

Good morning. I have been ill for a few days but am now back in the land of the living. Each morning on my bus route I get to enjoy the sun rise, that is about the only thing to enjoy that early in the morning. The bus is quiet. My assistants are catching last […]


The Dog Ate My Homework….And Other Lame Excuses

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

When I was in high school we had, for a short period, a poodle named Dusty Joe. I loathed that dog. I know, such strong emotion for a dog, but, alas, it fits my feelings toward Dusty Joe. Dusty Joe was a one dog wrecking company. The interesting thing about him was he only shredded […]


Be Watchful Like Birds

By Don Doran / a few months ago

Good morning! The other morning I was sitting along a country road waiting for the time to pick up a passenger. I caught a motion out of the corner of my eye and turned to see a blue jay land across the street. I find birds to be interesting and sat watching him for as […]

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