Bible Word Search Challenge Psalms 4

Share this word seach challenge and have fun with family and friends

Share this Bible word search challenge and have fun with family and friends

 

 

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Safely out of harm’s way – Hurricane Irma is coming …

Hi Everyone,

Early this morning, my Daughter and Son-in Law with their Sheba Inu in their back seat, wisely, headed north out of Florida, and are now safely out of the harm’s way of Hurricane Irma.

Watching the news and seeing the devastation in the Caribbean, I know they made the right decision. Growing Up in the 50s and 60s, I went through a couple of hurricanes in New England. In particular, I remember one of the more than frightening hurricanes. We could see the maple trees bending all in the same direction. The torrents of rain and gale force winds pounded our house on what seemed all sides. The deep bass roar of the storm’s, furious, thunder shook us to the bone. Lightning would suddenly fill the room with blinding flashes. Suddenly, it was calm, the eye of the hurricane passed directly overhead. The rest of the hurricane, seemed pale to us as it tapered off. However, that was nowhere near the intensity of the 150 mile per hour winds and storm surge about to engulf Florida in the next few days.

For those safely out of harm’s way, here is the best classic hurricane movie ever made: Key Largo, about a bunch of criminals and crooks descending on a beach house and getting trapped inside during a level 5 hurricane. It has an all star cast, starring: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall:

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Now available on amazon kindle

Hi Everyone,

This morning, Book 2 in my Deadwood Chronicles series became available for purchase on amazon kindle. It is 50 More Strange Tales to entertain your mind: discover moments of strange weird flash fiction short stories to escape our mundane reality. Please check it out with the Look Inside.

Thank you

Joe (JB) Wocoski

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Shakespeare Word Search Fun! 5 Page Free Sampler

Hi Everyone,

Here is a 5 page .pdf sampler for Shakespeare Sonnet Word Search Fun! for you to Try Out, TODAY:

5 page Free Sample Sonnet Word Search Book by Joe Wocoski

Click Here for Free Sampler

If you like it, then please check it out in regular or large print:

 

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Discover Back to School Vocabulary Fun!

Make the Constitution Fun not Boring

CLICK HERE for FREE SAMPLE PAGES!

Discover Back to School Fun building Student Vocabulary by Word Searching the US Constitution and other famous documents Check out the FREE Sample here or Check It Out on Amazon:

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It’s Back To School Time Soon!

Hi Everyone!

Soon your Teens will be Back To School, here are a few of my books, which might help them learn in a fun way about the US Constitution or Shakespeare Sonnets in High School:

Thank You

Joe Wocoski

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New Book for Catholics

Hi Everyone,

For your Word Search pleasure, I just published the latest book in the Job Wocoski Catholic Bible Word Search Books series, these 2 links will take you to them on Amazon so you can add it to your collection:

Thank you very much, and may God Bless You with good fortune!

Joe Wocoski

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Do you know about Fair Use for Schools?

Hi Everyone,

Do you know about Fair Use and Face-to-Face Teaching Aids for Public Schools? Did you know you can make my Shakespeare and US Constitution Word Search Fun & Foolery books part of your curriculum?

Also Churches & Religious Schools can use my Bible Word Search Book series as part of their Bible Studies?

Here’s How to use select or single pages for quizzes  and as teaching aids:

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A Timeless Lost Love – This Week’s Short Story

A Tale of: Timeless Lost Love

An emaciated, little old man stood there, intently turning his time machine door knob. With every twist of his wrist, either left or right, the scenic view in its glass door changed. He asked himself, “I know it’s there somewhere, why can’t I find it?” Continue reading

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