Of Dogs and Delight

I really enjoyed this picture of what our devotion to God should be like, so I thought I’d pass it on. Enjoy!

A Beggar's Guide to Finding Bread

CalvinDogs really are a superior kind of beast than the other creatures we tend to make as pets. What sets our canine friends apart from fish and birds and… *shudder* …cats is that their greatest joy in life is their master.

Take my dog, Calvin, for instance. When I enter the room his first inclination is to walk over and see me. If I even happen to glance his way, his ears perk up and his tail wags vigorously. If I call to him, he runs to find the source of my voice.

When he is fenced off from the rest of the family he will whine. He wants to be with us. If we are in another room that he is not allowed in he will lay at the entry way and longingly watch us.

His greatest fear is my displeasure. When I must chastise him for…

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About Leah Ness

I am a self-professed story addict. Ever since I was little, I've had an overactive imagination and a passion for a well-spun yarn. When I grew up, I was blessed with a passion for God as well. It was then that I noticed a relative shortage of unique Christian fiction, the kind that can both captivate you and glorify God. So, despite the hurdles of things like commas and homonyms, I am endeavoring to write some of my own. Check out my Books page for updates on current and future books. View all posts by Leah Ness

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