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Give me some LOVE TODAY…

 

 

Post # 249

November 6, 2020

 

GIVE  ME SOME LOVE

TODAY!

 

Lynda McKinney Lambert 

Gifts of the Spirit  Blog

 

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Lynda McKinney Lambert

 

I am thinking about

The Book Cover-of-the-Month Contest

 

 

The book Cover features a detail of western Pennsylvania wild flower – Yellow Crown Beard.  Photo by the author, Lynda McKinney Lambert.

 

Lynda is a visually impaired artist and author.  She is a retired professor of fine art and humanities at  Geneva College, located in Beaver Falls, PA. She lost her sight in 2007 but this did not stop her from pursuing a new career in writing.  This book was her first book published after profound and permanent sight loss!

Despite profound sight loss, Lynda continued to make art and write books full-time since her retirement from teaching.  She has 4 books on Amazon at this time and is working on 2 new books for publication in 2021.

PLEASE VOTE TODAY for MY BOOK COVER!

I LOVE YOU FOR THAT!

You can show me some love today

by VOTING

for my BOOK COVER – it is FREE and EASY.

VOTE HERE!

 

Photo of book cover, Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems. The cover is deep dark green, with a brilliant yellow wildflower - the flower is a Yellow Crown Beard. Lynda photographed the flower in the woods on one of her daily walks.
Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems.     The  Front Cover of this book is a photo of  Yellow Crown Beard.      Lynda McKinney Lambert is the photographer of this photo, taken in the woods near her home in western Pennsylvania. Bright yellow flower on a deep green background.

 

 

My book is Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems.

If my book cover comes inn at the top 100 book covers today,

it will move on to the next round of competition.

Vote NOW!

 

I NEED YOUR VOTE to MAKE it TODAY.

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Photo: Lynda stands with her display of books at a book-signing event in Pennsylvania.  2019.

 

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Christianity Gifts of the Spirit Journal

Gifts of the Spirit – SEEDS

Post #247

24 October 2020

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Gifts of the Spirit – SEED

Pennsylvania author

Lynda McKinney Lambert

insight into her next full-length book –

Gifts of the Spirit: Stories & Poems

 You can watch a new book developing over the next FOURTEEN MONTHS on this BLOG.

 

Right now,  I am participating in a

50-Day challenge

from

October  18 to December 7, 2020.

Fifty Days of Blessings –

Join the Challenge

TODAY

I planted a seed in the ground and I am going to WATCH

my SEED GROW  and MULTIPLY – over the next 50 days.

Do you understand that if you don’t PLAN  and PLANT YOUR SEED  for a harvest, you will never have one?

For an abundant harvest you must first SOW your SEEDS into the GROUND.  Faith is a Person

What does the Bible tell us about PLANTING seeds and expecting a HARVEST?

Keep reading and you will find out.

Last Sunday (October 18)  I began the FIRST DAY of the  “50 day of blessings challenge ” along with others who are participating through Cornerstone Television.

I expect to see miraculous blessings  in my home, my community, and my country.  Supernatural Blessings – from our Supernatural God.

I read the first chapter of Joshua.  In this chapter  we can see the importance of staying close to God’s word if we want to have success and prosperity. Read it for yourself, and see what you find.

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Joshua 1: 7 “Be strong and very courageous. Be careful to obey all the law my servant Moses gave you; do not turn from it to the right or to the left, that you may be successful wherever you go. 

Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful. 

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”

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This podcast was a high-point of my week.

We were made to live a Supernatural Life –

What is the invisible world? Click here.

We, in America, have so much to celebrate right now.

Let’s get our priorities in order, and lets  move into a new worldview.

Join the Celebration

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When you think of me please stop for a moment to whisper my name in a prayer to our lord, Jesus.

Thank you for your interest in my writings.

Please contact me at any time if you need to speak with me or need to ask me to pray for you.  I am a Prayer Warrior.

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Who is?   Lynda McKinney Lambert

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My MISSION STATEMENT

  • I am the keeper of memories. I distil and share them through art and writing.
  • I reveal what is forgotten, lost, or unseen.
  • I write spare poems and thoughtful personal essays.
  • I create art with brilliant colors &  precious materials – one stitch at a time.

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Nature Poetry

RIVER

River

What comes to your mind

when you say the word,

“RIVER?”

I live on a ridge overlooking a winding 50-mile long creek in western PA.

This special place in my heart  is called,

“The Connie”

by local people, like me.

Others know this as the Connoquenessing Creek.

I have writing of my love affair with this river all my life.

I found a poem today on a blog. In this poem, I can feel  memories and love for this river.

I am glad to re-blog this poem so that I can enjoy  it today on SCAN.

I love the use of “hair” and desire that is wind-swept through this poem. It is memorable. Thanks for sharing.

I’d like you to visit this blog link  and read it, too.

Red the poem below and please respond with a comment on your own idea of what a RIVER means to YOU. Thank you!

Read “River” now!

If you like the poem, please leave a comment for the poet.

Spread the Happiness.

I LOVE YOU FOR THAT!

Published by Lynda McKinney Lambert.

You can visit my story about my favorite creek here in western Pennsylvania Read it here!

River, I hear you call me to you,
Gone are the days when I walked
On your grassy banks, the wind in my hair,
But still I hear your song,
The air thick with desire,
If just for one more time I could come

On summer days I would often come
Finding peace as I watched you
Around, all that I could desire
My spirits lifted as I walked
Deep within a joyous song
As the wind tossed my hair

Wayward always was my hair
As I felt each season come
Accompanied by a different song
That I sang as I danced beside you
Many miles over time I walked
To walk was always my deep desire

Now I am filled with a deeper desire
So different is my hair
No miles now will ever be walked
Never again will I come
But I never will lose my love for…

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The Cat’s Eye Point of View on Sunday Morning

The CAT’S EYE Point of View

on Sunday Morning

 

Miss Opal and Miss Bessie reported for WORK this morning at 4:30 a.m. 

Our work day begins before dawn when we open the office window and invite the morning breeze to come in.

 

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Miss Opal and Lynda have a lot of reading to do because submissions from authors are arriving. they want to be our GUEST on SCAN for our “Saturday is for Sharing,” feature.  

 

Our FIRST GUEST will be FEATURED next SATURDAY – JULY 7th. OUR GUEST AUTHOR’S STORY will go LIVE on www.llambert363.blog.

 

 

We promise it will be a GOOD BEGINNING of our NEW FEATURE on SCAN – a blog!  The Sister Cats are working now to bring you the BEST in every CAT-A-GORY of BOOKS.

If YOU are a published AUTHOR, OPAL and Lynda  WANT YOUR STORY…
contact us at
riverwoman@zoominternet.net

 

Authors:  We look forward to featuring YOU on “Saturday is for Sharing” soon.

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art

Thursday Treasures_#1_My Favorites

Thursday  Treasures #1

My FPersonal avorites

 In Which I  Discover a TREASURE.  

#1 in my Series: Thursday Treasures

 

  Let me ask you:

Do you want to make changes in your life?

  • Are you becoming aware that some individuals or a groups you may be around  no longer serve you in a positive and life-affirming way?
  • Do your encounters with them leave you feeling encouraged appreciated?           Or is it the opposite?

Do your friends or close associates  spur your to:

  • do your finest work?
  • think your highest thoughts?
  • grow  beyond your wildest dreams?
  • flourish and blossom?

Have you outgrown your flowerpot? Click here!

YOU are a TREASURE.

Be the person God created you to be.   Shine!

You already know

what you need to do.

 

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I bought a few new flowerpots recently.

Some of my succulent plants were too crowded into  old pots.

They will grow much nicer now that they are in the beautiful new green flowerpots!

Dig yourself up out of that old flower-pot

that no longer holds your expanding roots,

Transplant yourself into a beautiful, large, new flowerpot

that will provide ample room and opportunities for

your exciting new growth.

 

Tuesday’s Treasure:

Spring is here and NOW  is your time to FLOURISH.

Untangle yourself from the grasping weeds that are trying to choke you!

Let me know how this works for you!

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Thursday Treasures

is shared with  you by the author, Lynda McKinney Lambert.

View Publications Page for updates on my stories and poems in recent publications.

Walking by Inner Vision.

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Copyright May 8, 2018. Lynda McKinney Lambert. All rights reserved.

 

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