Category Archives: Christmas at Hearth

When Christmas is Still Slipping Majesty Over You…

Tonight, I flipped on The Classic Movie Channel to watch with dinner.  Came in on the middle of one of the dearest of old films I know and love, love, love — Our Vines Have Tender Grapes, with        7 year-old … Continue reading

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Scent of Beloved, Part Two: Divinely You

~ From D. E. Stevenson, Spring Magic, 1941 “But it can’t be the end,” he declared, looking up at her with big solemn eyes. “You haven’t said that she lived happily ever after.” “I know, but you see she was … Continue reading

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Happy New Year…On the Sacred Scent of Beloved

This season, I’ve had this craving for fragrance.  Scents that sing of thankfulness and merry and run like a silver river thread up and over and through evergreen hills of time. On, past tragic, detouring at worry.  Paging through memory … Continue reading

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Silvery Roses for your Christmas Day Garden!

A Christmas Prayer “Loving Father, help us to remember the birth of Jesus, that we may share in the song of the angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and the worship of the wise men. Close the door of hate … Continue reading

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Joyeux Noel Eve!

Looking back down the years, do you remember the Christmas Eve  when you first became conscious of new revelation joy of the Day, yourself, the world? . ~ From the opening lines to Sarah Morris Remembers, D.E. Stevenson: “A small … Continue reading

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See! He strikes the flame holy, within…

“Love…” He whispers “Love….Love… Love – BE Born!” . Commands,”Darkness… fear…doubt – Be Quenched!” Sends forth His Son… our Christmas King…Heart-bearer… Sets the STAR as a sign!   SINGS His harbor Light over, upon, WITHIN you and I… . Seeks and … Continue reading

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