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Revisiting a Visitation

My father died in October 1987. I wasn’t aware of this fact until 2007, twenty years later. He visited me in the early days of 1988, and I wrote a post about that ‘visitation’ a few years ago. Now I … Continue reading

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The Sacred Power of Three

Trinity, Again I was watching a video of Don McLean’s “American Pie” and listened to the words: “And the three men I admire most The Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost They caught the last train for the coast The … Continue reading

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You’re Talking My Language

Text of an undated talk given by my father, James Ewart Miller The Tower of Babel Remember the story of the tower of Babel where men tried to build a tower that would reach to heaven? Those ancient people were … Continue reading

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The Feeling of Abandonment

We All Have Our Crosses to Bear Do you know why atheists feel justified in saying that there is no God? Because even Jesus, dying on the cross, called out to Him, and He didn’t come to Jesus’ rescue. Abandonment … Continue reading

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Finding Father: Hook versus Peter Pan

Finding Neverland J.M. Barrie wrote the original story of Peter Pan, as a play and then a book. The film Finding Neverland explores how this came about. According to Wikipedia: the story focuses on Scottish writer J. M. Barrie, his … Continue reading

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Ascend to the Sun

via Daily Prompt: Ascend My Satanic Struggle In 1975, I wrote a poem which presented me with an interesting perspective. I saw into my adopted father’s thinking and beliefs. But that wasn’t the end to it. In 1978, I then … Continue reading

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My Father’s Heir (Hair)

  My Father’s Heir   My father’s heir, my father’s heir, No one to claim My father’s name; No one’s my father’s heir.   When I was born, my father moved Away somewhere up north. He took a job, which … Continue reading

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