Category Archives: Writing

July 4th Summer Editing Sale

July 4th Summer Editing Sale There are a number of writers and authors who follow my blog, Lift Jesus Cross.  I want to be sure you’re included on the summer editing sale which is one month only, ending July 4th. I … Continue reading

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My Gift to You! Merry Christmas!!

I would LOVE to give you a gift this Christmas! I’d like to give you my novel, Across the China Sky, free on Amazon today and tomorrow.  There’s really no catch except that you have to open your gift either … Continue reading

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Writers Conferences This Year

I can’t begin to tell you how beneficial it is to attend a writers conference.  I want to encourage every person reading this type–GO if you have a message burning in your heart.  Most conferences have classes for speakers as … Continue reading

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Hummingbird, Limited Time Free EBook Offer

Are you looking for a good read this weekend?  If you’re like me, you like to have a good novel nearby to pick up when you need some downtime.  I’m so pleased to offer you a FREE file of a book … Continue reading

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Where in the World is Hope?

I must apologize to you for my sporadic blogging over July and August.  Hopefully you’re as busy as I am and you’re enjoying a summer packed with fulfilling work and family fun! I especially want to welcome our new members … Continue reading

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A New Day Begins–A Poem

Today is a new day with no mistakes in it.  Hope is the expectation of future good.  It’s easier to see that hope when you go to the garden and watch . . .  listen . . . Woodpecker drills a … Continue reading

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He’s Alive! An Easter Ballad

Easter morning!  Resurrection morning!  GOOD morning!  He’s alive! Merriam Webster’s 11th Collegiate Dictionary defines a  ballad as a narrative composition in rhythmic verse suitable for singing. Don Fransisco wrote an Easter ballad called “He’s Alive!” I first heard this song … Continue reading

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Broken–Jesus Hold Me Now

Good Friday.  Jesus stretched out his arms, nailed into a cross, his blood fell.  Perfect blood.  Today Jesus is risen and again he stretches out his arms to you.  If you feel broken, torn apart, and really need to feel God … Continue reading

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The Cross, the Sun, the Moon

Three years ago I was delighted to discover the English translation of ancient Books of  Enoch, which are mentioned in the New Testament but not canonized as scripture.  Enoch said that the sun, moon, and starlights of the heavens we see … Continue reading

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The Cross in My Backyard

We have so many new followers on the blog that I want to share this story with you again for those who’ve not heard it.  You may be wondering, Why the cross? Two years ago, I was spending time with … Continue reading

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