Monthly Archives: March 2010

Sure Protection

Psalm of Sure Protection Inspired by Psalm 91 Deborah Beach Giordano © March 27, 2010 If God is for us, who can be against us? And what does it matter, if they are? God – the Creator of Heaven and … Continue reading

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The Fiery Furnace

The book of Daniel, Chapter 3: Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace Deborah Beach Giordano © March 29, 2010 A golden statue towering over the flatlands; tall slender brilliantly shining; aflame in the desert … Magnificent awe-inspiring regal … Continue reading

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Nothing Gray

Nothing Gray Deborah Beach Giordano © March 26, 2010 Up and down, left and right, us and them, utterly unalike. Separate and unequal. The upper crust the low-down dirty dogs; different breeds with nothing in common. One above, one below. … Continue reading

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A Prayer of Mourning

A Mourning Psalm For Carol & all loving, compassionate souls Deborah Beach Giordano © March 25, 2010 Give us some comfort, most merciful God! Answer our prayers with words of encouragement, with hope amid our distress. How long will the … Continue reading

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A Sleepless Night Meditation

A Sleepless Night Meditation Here we are, Lord; You and me, awake together in the middle of the night. It’s just the two of us; all of the rest of the world is sleeping soundly. That’s how it seems at … Continue reading

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Protecting & Blessing Work

Prayer for Protection and Blessing of Work Deborah Beach Giordano © March 19, 2010 Guide my heart and guard this work. Keep it safe from harm, and the snares of fiends and foes and every hostile force that may oppose … Continue reading

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Patrick’s Folly

Patrick’s Folly Deborah Beach Giordano © March 18, 2010 From all evidence Saint Patrick was a pain in the neck. He taught the lively Irish that dancing was a mortal sin and condemned their tuneful music as the work of … Continue reading

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