Author Archives: Peter Eng

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God’s Restoration Returns Me to Joy – Psalm 126

Courtesy of Flowerpics Psalm 126:1-6 (NASB) A Song of Ascents. 1When the LORD brought back the captive ones of Zion,We were like those who dream.2Then our mouth was filled with laughterAnd our tongue with joyful shouting;Then they said among the … Continue reading

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The Life that Fell Apart Returns to Joy – Psalm 125

Courtesy of Flowerpics Psalm 125:1-5 (NASB) A Song of Ascents. 1“Those who trust in the LordAre as Mount Zion, which cannot be moved but abides forever.2As the mountains surround Jerusalem,So the Lord surrounds His peopleFrom this time forth and forever.3For … Continue reading

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Farewell to My Sister Rachel

Photo Courtesy of flowerpictures Please forgive my appearance, l know I am a real sight. In truth I never was very pretty, and the present situation does not help. My sister is the pretty one. Tonight, I will tell you … Continue reading

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God’s Deliverance Returns Me to Joy – Psalm 124

Photo Courtesy of Flowerpics (Psalm 124, NASB) A Song of Ascents, of David. 1 “Had it not been the Lord who was on our side,”Let Israel now say,2 “Had it not been the Lord who was on our sideWhen men … Continue reading

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God with Us

“Behold, the virgin shall be with child and shall bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel,” which translated means, “God with us” (Matthew 1:23). “God with us” is a Christmas message that we will always hold dear … Continue reading

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When Children Die

                            Newton, Connecticut Twenty children died when they were gunned down with five adults. The loss of the adults who died in the line of duty towards the children is severe and cannot be forgotten when we face the horror … Continue reading

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