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  1. Our scars always tell stories. Good word here Michael.

  2. Gary says:

    HEY!! Happy Ultimate Friday, Michael, et al.

  3. Gary says:

    Beautiful scar. Literally beauty for ashes!! I’ve been there and it is awesome.

  4. As usual your brilliance astounds me. What an incredible analogy!

    Divorce has no winners, ever. And yet somehow God gets people through it and makes something good out of the disrupted lives.

    Your analogy puts some perspective on such things…

    Romans 8:28

    King James Version (KJV)

    28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

  5. Gary says:

    Being near Grant’s Pass, Crater Lake really is a Living Epistle. Hoo boy! Need more coffee.

  6. Please Note says:

    Good morning!

    Great analogy, Michael.

  7. Gary says:

    My (formerly CC) sister, who used to live in Grant’s Pass, told me that someone (probably a govt agency) stocked Crater Lake with fish but it ruined the pristine water, so they got rid of the fish. Any truth to this Michael?

  8. Michael says:

    Sorry, had to take Trey to school.

    There were some fish planted in the first half of the twentieth century, but they stopped back in the forties.
    It didn’t affect the water, but that is always the primary concern here.
    They have all died out except some trout and Kokanee salmon.
    You can fish there if you want to pack your gear in and out…which I don’t.
    They hope someday to have it fished out…

  9. Michael says:

    Good morning, PN!

  10. sarahkwolfe says:

    Great word, Michael. Thank you….

  11. Michael says:

    Thank you, Sarah!

  12. Mark says:

    Beautiful analogy for the restoration that can come from cataclysmic separation. Thank you Michael.

  13. sisterchristian says:

    Stopping in to say Hi
    And to see if I’m able to post

  14. Hi SisterChristian, Good to see you!

    Michael, having spent a little time at Crater Lake, I completely affirm what you’ve written here, and I’m glad that you live close enough to enjoy it!

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