Jesus Christ is risen today! Thank you, Lord, for giving up your Son for us.
I love this song- it's as simple as that.
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You’ve probably heard the fam ...
Even the wise cannot see all paths
The lone figure rode through the Shire silently, drawing few stares as it was already night. The only sound came from the horse's hooves striking the dirt path, as it made its way towards the Hill, and the home of Bilbo Baggins, a most respectable hobbit, and a descendant of the Old Took himself.
As the horse stopped at the gate, the figure slipped off and loosely tied the horse's rein to the picket fence surrounding the hobbit's home. Throwing back her hood, the girl walked up the pebble-lined path to Mr. Baggins' green front door. In the lower right-hand part, there was a sign scratched into the door,
I do realize I repeated a few lines from Part 1. They needed to be repeated to have it make sense. Enjoy!~~~
"Now" I said, looking back at the boy, for boy he was. He couldn't have been more than fourteen or fifteen, with a wiry frame that had more bone than meat. The most prominent feature about him was his eyes. They were a dark silver in color, with flecks of blue near the iris. "Let's start with the easy stuff" I said, looking at Kili, who had gotten to his feet and was scanning the trees. "What's your name?" "Finnegan" the boy said, trying to watch both of us at the same time. "Alright, Finnegan, want to try explaining why you were cl