Leave a Reply — at the bottom of any post. Dave Parks on Ch. 10. The beginningShow Shelemiah as older than Obadiah. Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 17. Bblrs prepIs it canteloupe or pomegranate? And are they ripe yet? Maybe, see if they have any ripe ones yet. Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughAfter the horrors of exile, we got it. Maybe... After the horrors of exile, we understood. Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughDelete - she sang to all her neighbors. ----------------------------- but then she stepped out on her front porch and sang....Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughDelete and got his wife pregnant Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughYou want real, old man? Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughJohn, okay. So we name the baby John. Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughAnd then Malachi—Malachi promised the Lord would send him to us. (send whom?) Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughWould such a brave lad hide from soldiers? Oh, yes. After the horrors of exile, we got it. A tiny...Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughIt didn’t happen. But would we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land? Both on one line. Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughDelete The Lord didn’t send him with messages like, “the desert shall rejoice and blossom as the rose.” And that...Dave Parks on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enoughmarveled with him Dave on Ch. 7. Captain of the guardJabesh is Sauls city How to note? Dave on Ch. 15. Me firstNo way Delete way Dave on Protected: Ch. 28. He cheatsOld Man Not Young Dave on Protected: Ch. 23. HashabiahTwo Phoenicians No Wasn't a word yet Dave on Protected: Ch. 22. Whose vines?Never ending four and oil t A dd To thecwidw Dave on Ch. 18. Bblrs sendArms of the queens men No The thugs who killed my Abdel. Dave on Protected: Ch. 17. Bblrs prepNot Our young king Make Obadiah look younger Larry Underhill on Ch. 4. The killing of OmarSobering. Still happening today. Only the name has changed. Then it was Moloch; today it's called "Choice". Dave Parks on Ch. 6. Dew nor rainMove over, Moses. Steve Abbott on Ch. 6. Dew nor rainI will just say again how much I love Elijah’s blind faith in the voice that just seems to erupt...Donald Ingram on Ch. 6. Dew nor rainLijah was in the crowd when the guard passed? I thought he was high-tailing it out of Dodge. Does he...Andrew Sakari on Ch. 1. The long lineRev Andrew Sakari this is agreat story and its real even today is just happening like the days of Elijah...Dave Parks on Ch. 8. The KerithPsalm 32:9 Do not be like the horse or the mule, which have no understanding but must be controlled by...Anita Archer on Ch. 5. Tell the kingYou're making the stories come alive! Thanks! Dave on Ch. 18. Bblrs sendNeeds inner monologues Dave on Ch. 18. Bblrs sendZophal has never left Samaria. So Amal waits at Benin and sends every one west. To avoid Fort Jezreel. Dave on Ch. 18. Bblrs sendSo Obadiah says just send one of my guards to the crossroad and have him guide them to the cave...Dave on Ch. 18. Bblrs sendNight bird sounds No moon Name three villages At the crossroads what kind of trees And daylight Birds Maybe a...Dave on Ch. 25. DroughtPut the dry vines in here Nancy on MilkahWow! Doubly interesting!!! Iris Wexler on MilkahThanks you Nancy Ragatz I drew the picture because of an experience I underwent in the rabbinate in Israel after...Dave on Protected: Ch. 36. ElishaSyria distracts Ahab's attention and allows Elijah to live at home. Larry Underhill on Moloch מלכThere is nothing new under the sun. In the name of "Reproductive Freedom", millions of American babies are sacrificed. The...Rose on Ch. 5. Tell the kingThis is quite inspiring and a great reminder, that regardless of how much we long to be around family, God...Jeanne Doyon on Ch. 5. Tell the kingI love how you personalize these stories. You give two dimensional characters a third dimension of humanity. Yes, we do...Lois Rolfe on Ch. 5. Tell the kingWe always want our family's blessing, but sometimes we have to go where God is leading even if it is...Gary Endermann on Protected: Ch. 50. Never enough...By the willows.....we hung our harps....this phraseology is the best expression so far in the book!!!! for some reason it...Gary Endermann on Ch. 3. Marry me!Good chatter (banter). I wanted the walk to last longer. Tim on GreatestMy favorite is King David's prayer at the end of first Chronicles. Dave on Ch. 8. The KerithFeast of Booths!!! Pat on Moloch מלכDave, What a terrible history of child sacrifice, and we're still doing it. Pat David George on Ch. 4. The killing of OmarOw! Too real and yet it's important for us to look into that mirror of reality. An honest picture of...Dave Parks on FamilyWe sure have fun family! elizabeth havener on FamilyLooks like you're having fun, Davy. Dave on Teaching Prince AhabAnd scripture verses for instance about Samaria Dave Parks on Teaching Prince AhabBunny Trail? “Seven Days a King” Dave Parks on Teaching Prince AhabWhen ▪ 6 months into Omri’s reign ▪ 11 ½ years before Ahab becomes king. ▪ 8 years before Ahab...Dave Parks on Teaching Prince AhabThis needs a bunny trail. In 900 BC, were accounts kept on papyrus or on clay tablets? The Chinese did...Nancy Ragatz on MilkahInteresting! I love the picture!! Larry Underhill on Ch. 3. Marry me!Chops. Wonderful name for a lamb. I like Elijah's salesmanship: Asking Milkah about future childrens' names. Some salesfolk call that...Tseggai Isaac on Ch. 2. Donkey senseClear and lucid; you make the timeless Biblical message adaptable to our time. Douglas Reiman on GreatestPsalm 51. (Stopped hiding his sins; confessed them; pled for a clean heart and a renewed right spirit...) Sharla Gottschalk on GreatestI lean toward his youth: anointed as future king and he demonstrated unusual patience and long-suffering for his age. He...Dave Parks on GreatestDo get Coffee with Uncle Reggie. It's a great book! And read his fun, fun stories at Reggietales.org Reginald Tsang on GreatestI want to go with the David and Goliath moment it’s clearly historic, it’s iconic, everyone from children to adults...Lisa Li on GreatestI think it was when King David killed the Philistine Goliath in the name of the LORD of hosts. Mike Burge on GreatestI am not sure he had one. Lindell Chavez on GreatestSparing King Saul's life when he had the chance to kill him. Very moving and to the heart. Vickie Parks on GreatestKilling Goliath — the first time he gave God all the glory in front of his peers. David George on Ch. 3. Marry me!Keep em coming. Love what you're doing with this. Wonderful story line and good application questions/followup. Nancy Ragatz on Ch. 2. Donkey senseLost in time as I read these chapters. Can hardly wait for Chapter 3!! Darci on IntroductionYou write so vividly. It’s like I’m there. Watching. Steve Floyd on Ch. 1. The long lineThe cowardly slaver pulls a long knife on an unarmed teenager. I enjoy how Elijah’s Dad handles the slaver. When...Cheryl Floyd on Ch. 1. The long lineElijah received a shock when he met the girls. They were roped together, dirty, and young. He had heard about...Linda Ray Center on Ch. 2. Donkey senseYour stories are very vivid. God has given you a gift of vision, wisdom, and creativity. Write on! Dave Parks on Say what?Good question, Carolyn. Thanks for the heads up! Mmmm... I found this: "Israel experiences a tornado perhaps once in 15...Carolyn yost on Say what?So interesting. Not sure if tornadoes occur in that country. See Psalm 105 for common disasters or fire from heaven...Rose on Ch. 2. Donkey senseExcellent Writing style and creativity Dave. Looking forward to the next scene. Larry Underhill on Ch. 1. The long lineDave, you are a gifted yarnspinner and wordsmith! I was drawn into the story quickly, and moved by the vivid...Wanda on Ch. 2. Donkey senseHi, Dave, You do have a way with words!! You draw me in, and make the story come alive. Thanks...Estelle on Ch. 2. Donkey senseHi Dave... So enjoy your writing style. You have a way of making the stories come alive. Thanks for sharing...Deb Allard on IntroductionGreat job, Dave! I’m enjoying your take on this Bible story. You’ve made it come alive! Carolee Cole on Ch. 1. The long lineWhat an enlivened version of the story of Elijah! I have often wondered about the "rest of the story" when...Tseggai Isaac on Ch. 1. The long lineDavid, glad to connect with you. The story is well written; clear and precise. It is also full of symbolism....Jimmie Bryan Crumley on HelpersSister Juliet Nakiyeza runs a girls' boarding school in Uganda for girls between 6 & 20, both Christian and Moslem....Linda Harvey Kelley on Ch. 1. The long lineWhat did I do? I wrote a book; actually two, against bride price and polygamy. I want to read what...Jimmie Bryan Crumley on Ch. 1. The long lineDave, This makes our efforts to support a girls school in Uganda, taking care of 1300 + rescued girls even...Karen Lewan on Ch. 1. The long lineI think your travels have given you the touches needed for a wonderful description of the setting. I am an...Rev.Gerchom NIBINKOREYE on Ch. 1. The long lineI need this teachings Nancy Ragatz on Ch. 1. The long lineGreat chapter. I can close my mouth now! Judith Crawford on Ch. 1. The long lineDavid, very interesting story, yes I had a Daycare for 10 years, but never had children of my own, My...Douglas Smith on Ch. 1. The long lineDave, you’re a boy at heart with a curious mind, who went poking around the biblical accounts of Elijah, trailing...Pauline Stitt on Ch. 1. The long lineThis book will capture your imagination from the first paragraph, and take you on an adventure you will not forget....Rose Fresquez on Ch. 1. The long lineI totally love how you weave Elijah's story into the modern day. Very well written with much creativity! looking forward...Lois Rolfe on Ch. 1. The long lineCan't wait for next segment. scary to think this happens daily in our world. well written, Dave. keep it coming....Jan on Ch. 1. The long lineVery interesting and well written. I can't wait to see what you write next. Linda Reed Burge on Ch. 1. The long lineI must say, this was Very Interesting & Very Thought - Provoking! All we know of most prophets is in...Darci Frostick on Ch. 1. The long lineOh wow. I wasn’t expecting to read about human trafficking. Sobering. Judy on Ch. 1. The long lineWell written...leaves you wanting to know what is next... a surprise in every paragraph... love how it makes scripture come...Ann Videtich on Ch. 1. The long lineHi Dave, These scenes definitely make one want to hear what's next! Keep going! Ann Lin on Ch. 1. The long lineWhen reading the journey of Elijah from a different perspective of expressive ideas takes you also through reliving his life...Wanda Schulcz on Ch. 1. The long lineElijah's story sounds similar to real-life stories we have heard. Human trafficking is horrendous in every way. Walt and I...Joyce Black on Ch. 1. The long lineDave, you paint the picture clearly! It rises to Our Father as a great stench! It breaks His heart, these...Dr. DeWayne Coxon on Ch. 1. The long lineDave, I hurt for the young girls in the long line. My dad told about Abraham Lincoln as he watched...Donald Ingram on Ch. 2. Donkey senseMaybe the real question is, "Why are we not stopping that evil, seeing as we are God's people?" Maybe the...Jeanne Doyon on TeethWhat a great story. A wonderful reminder that God sees past our faults to the one He loves and died...Lin on Capítulo 01 – “¿Quiénes son estas chicas?”Cuando lees el viaje de Elijah desde una perspectiva diferente de las ideas expresivas, también te lleva a revivir su...Charlie Land on Elijah’s ChairGood word my brother! Good to hear from you! Gary E Dougherty on Jezebel’s hairI'm no scholar on wigs but this from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wig Ancient use: In Egyptian society men and women commonly had clean...Gary E Dougherty on Jezebel’s hairI don't suppose that Jacob putting fur on his would pass as a wig ? But had the idea .....Lois Rolfe on The hearts of the fathersMany different opinions. Mine remains the same. Kari on Masada – How?Wow... a blog dedicated to me I feel so special! And enjoyed the engineer commentary :). We struggle to get...Roger Guo on IntroductionDavid Your story book “Elijah-one of the ordinary people just like us” this is awesome! There are many stories in...Gary E Dougherty on Masada – How?Makes sense to me !! I will check out the links for further understanding . Thanks again .. for this...Gary Dougherty on Elijah Missed Dad’s SmilePerfect poise and answer ! We enjoyed Masada!! Loved the mistique of it - it's history - it's tragedy -...Anita Archer on Elijah Missed Dad’s SmileWow! I'm so glad your dad kept his smile and didn't hang his head, embarrassed. I've been to Masada too!...Donald Ingram on Elijah Missed Dad’s SmileNow wait a minute. That cowboy may think he is in his rights to say whatever he wishes because he...Nancy (Snyder) Ragatz on Sci-fi-Lij?Great article and comparison. Gary Dougherty on Sci-fi-Lij?Great - thanks for helping me to open my heart wider to REALity and simple truth - !! As you...Gary Dougherty on Forty days & nightsGreat stuff .. sounds quite reasonable .. that the phrase could have been used .. as a "LONG>>>> WAY" ......Vickie Parks on Forty days & nightsI am honored that you want to use my phrase in your 'Fun Tuesday' script.