Author Archives: samuelehall

About samuelehall

A follower of Jesus, husband, father of 3 adult children, writer and learner.

Smash All The Babies

Originally posted on THE RIVER WALK:
Happy is the one who takes your babies and smashes them against the rocks! (Psalm 137:9) Read: 1Kings 20:1-21:29, Acts 12:24-13:15, Psalm 137:1-9, Proverbs 17:16 Relate: Before I begin to write any post, I will always…

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A Brief Look at Heaven

Originally posted on Watch Your Life and Doctrine Closely…:
In this day, there is no shortage of confusion about Heaven: it’s one of the topics of Christian theology that innumerable unbalanced and unregenerate people love to focus on (that and…

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A Spring Break Disappearing Act

Sarah is one of my favorite writers. She should be famous some day but that’s beside the point. A flowing, fun read, this post.

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Did Jesus Rise From the Dead?

Originally posted on Veracity:
A short, 5-minute video helps to explain why people today can still believe in the miracle of Easter:

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What’s a Good Deal?

My Reader Friends–   It’s the time of year that your mailbox and email inbox are overflowing with ads promoting deals. All are the best yet, and for a limited time only. It may make sense to take advantage of them–if … Continue reading

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A Blog Interview

Writer friend Tammy Bowers recently interviewed me on her blog re my recently released historical novel. A great new read, Daughter of the Cimarron June 18, 2015Uncategorized One great thing about long plane rides is lots of reading time.  I just finished … Continue reading

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7 Lessons I Learned On Offending People

Consider … are you easily offended?

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