Anita Tosh lives in Northern California with her husband of almost fifty years and their little Schnoodle, Mitzi. She is a lover of the word of GOD, has taught Sunday school, Bible studies and at ladie's prayer groups. She also loves gardening and cooking.
In chapter one we see the bratty twelve-year-old Jeremy in trouble again. It's good to know that bratty little kids can grow up and become a vessel for God to use. God can and does use people of all kinds, often the most unlikely. No matter what we or others think about us, God will use us if we make ourselves available and obedient to Him.
We have an awesome God!
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The Book of Jeremy
“JEREMY LYNDEN!” There was Mom in the doorway. “Yeah, Mom?” Her face was red and her left eye twitched. Her lips didn’t move as she spoke. “I have been calling you. Didn’t you hear me?” My mind went as blank as an empty chalkboard. What should I say? If she was as mad as she looked, anything could make her explode. A strand of wavy brown hair fell in her face. She brushed it back with a sigh and rubbed her temples. “What chapter are you reading?” “Chapter?” Her body trembled now, and her voice escalated. “If you can’t choose a chapter in the Bible, I’ll choose one for you. Psalm one hundred nineteen!” She left the doorway. I coolly turned the pages to find Psalm 119. It was 176 verses long! Quickly scanning the pages, I found chapter 117 was only two verses. “MOM!” A smile played about her mouth when she appeared again in the doorway. This annoyed me. She sweetly said, “Yes, dear?”