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107 Great Lines from Great Authors

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When God Doesn’t Fix It

by Laura Story Am I going to let my circumstances determine my view of God, or am I going to let God determine how I view my circumstances? It’s not how strong my faith is. It’s how strong my God … Continue reading

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The Feathered Bone

by Julie Cantrell  So maybe a miracle is anything that gets us through another day when life gets too hard.

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Turbo Twenty-Three

by Janet Evanovich “It’s sad to see a broken-down ice cream truck full of bullet holes,” Lula said. “What’s this country coming to?”

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A Moonbow Night

by Laura Frantz I ain’t so blessed that the Lord’ll send a chariot of fire down from heaven to take me home like He did Elijah, but I’d be glad to go easy. 

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The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion

by Fanny Flagg What will people think when they find out I’m not a Krackenberry or a Simmons-that I’m an illegitimate Yankee Polish orphan?

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Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me

by Ian Morgan Cron My brother told me Sister Rita Marie was so old that she had been a personal friend of the Virgin Mary. It made me stop and think, How could the Virgin Mary be such a poor … Continue reading

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The Mistress of Tall Acre

by Laura Frantz Theirs was a safe, suitable arrangement. She was in love with someone else. He had no wish to love again. What could possibly go wrong?

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First Star I See Tonight

by Susan Elizabeth Phillips Cooper had met a lot of loonies during his career, but that lady lived in a bat house all her own, complete with blacked-out windows, and a big ol’ hole in the roof. One thing he’s … Continue reading

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Song of Silence

By Cynthia Ruchti (This novel was packed with Zingers – I couldn’t pick just one!) “The shoulds are like massive perfect storm waves to someone who’s drifting.” The next speaker’s rabbit trail wandered so far afield, Lucy feared his point … Continue reading

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