Category Archives: Redemption

A Peculiar Faery Tale

Here is a faery tale I wrote recently. It has been in the works for quite some time now, and I am quite fond of it. It deals with some complex thoughts on love, turns a few faery tale cliches … Continue reading

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River of God

The other day I was sitting in a coffee shop before work and was reading through a few Psalms. Got really caught up in Psalm 65. So I jotted down a few thoughts on it. I find I always connect … Continue reading

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Angels and Other Inconveniences.

Angels and Other Inconveniences By J. D. H. Thigpen Tim Gallent met an angel one night and it was the last thing that he wanted. Tim awoke with a start in the night to find a smiling majestic figure standing … Continue reading

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Then One Man Wept. . .

I don’t really know what it is with me and writing short stories lately, but I can’t seem to write anything else. For those of you that read my last series (see here, here, here, here, and here) you will … Continue reading

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Strangers.

Well, here is the last of my morality tales for the time being.  I hope you have enjoyed reading them as much as I have enjoyed writing them. This one has special significance to me. It is actually based off … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Was Misunderstood

This story is rather special to me partly because it took a good deal longer to develop than the rest and because I visited an assisted living home the day after I completed it. Understanding what made the Greatest Generation … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Loved Too Much.

The next in the series of my didactic parables. This one is intended to be a companion story to Stronghart. I hope you find yourself blessed by it. The Boy Who Loved Too Much by J. D. H. Thigpen   … Continue reading

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