He Restores My Soul
ALT="aspen grove" by Davalynn Spencer

By Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer I’m still in the twenty-third Psalm, wondering why the Shepherd has to make me lie down in green (or golden) pastures. I think it’s because I don’t stop and rest on my own. I’m too busy. I have so much to do. I don’t

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My Prayers Are Changing
ALT="stained glass window of Jesus"

By Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer I believe few would argue that this metaphorical year of perfect “2020” vision has been anything but. Yet the Lord is still my Shepherd. In spite of all the misunderstanding, miscommunication, and misguidedness (Is that even a word?) going on around me, the stream

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Collecting Moments Beside Still Waters
ALT="Badger Creek Ranch"

By Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer As an author of historical fiction, I’m often asked how much time I spend researching. That’s a hard question to answer because it depends upon the topic researched and the type of research required. However, I must admit that my most enjoyable research venture

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The Lord is My Trail Boss
ALT="cattle in green pasture by water"

By Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer God’s word has a way of reaching our soul, touching specific notes that respond to His call. Even if we don’t speak Hebrew or Greek or the King’s English. Even if we live on the other side of the world from where His scriptures

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