ABOUT SECESSION continued
While thinking on these things, I realized that I’ve gone through a secession in my life, as all Christians should. The Bible says “Come out from among her my people, be ye separate, and touch not the unclean thing.” That sounds like secession. I haven’t watched television in 30 years, I don’t look at pornography, and my children were home schooled. The Lord works in my life now, regardless of current events. Dear reader, have you seceded your life from the filth and hedonism of this society? The Lord will give you a new life, if you seek it on His terms.
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SHE WANTED EMPLOYMENT continued
…charitable institutions, the zoo, those kind of places. That way, she would be doing the community a service, and potential employers would see that. This wasn’t well received. Folks, I’ve got news for a few of you:
Those dream jobs are far and few between. Getting an education in a field is just the beginning. You’ll have to out do your competition. You need to pitch yourself, and what salesman goes out without pictures and testimonies from jobs completed, and satisfied customers?
You’ve probably heard the Christmas song “Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire” right? Well, sadly, there aren’t any more native Chestnut trees, to speak of. There are a few mysterious survivors, and even more roots still alive. They grow shoots, which live for awhile, but are then killed by the blight which killed the rest of the Chestnut trees. The blight is a fungus, brought here from Southeast Asia in the early 1900’s. The Chestnut tree was once an important part of eastern forests. It provided income for people and food for wild animals.
The good news is that people have been working on a disease resistant strain of American Chestnut for years now. More in upcoming issues