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Water

For Dry Places

 
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I have always scribbled nuggets on paper, some I kept, some I discarded, for at the time they were just memos that I wrote to me…expressions, inner revelations, fears, doubts and dreams.

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I enjoy reading, writing and cooking (although I'm not so good at it).  

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I began writing in May 2012 as a freelance faith page writer for the Daily Times Leader and the Starkville Daily News.  

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My most precious moments are when it's quiet, when everything just stops, the noise and distractions of life come to a rest.  

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I am currently an active member of a local church where I teach Sunday School and write "Pastoral Notes" which are printed on the church bulletin.

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My favorite time of the day is in the beginning, early mornings, before the noise.  It is there that I find inner peace and assurance in yet another day to walk with the Lord.

"Water For Dry Places" A Healing Devotional

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My name is Gavis Mathews Mosley.  I am a resident of West Point, MS.  I am a 1978 graduate of West Point High School. In the spring of 1982, I received a bachelor’s degree in Radio/TV Broadcasting with a minor in Journalism from Mississippi University for Women located in Columbus, MS.  While attending “The W”, I was honored to be a charter member of the Omicron Epsilon Charter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.in the fall of 1981. I am a charter member of the Clay County Alumnae Chapter of which I have been a member since 1983.

I have had a varied career path that has ranged from education to work in the radio and television industry to working in a manufacturing environment. 

I am the mother of two beautiful daughters, and I am a very proud grandmother.  God has shown his favor in my life for I have the awesome privilege to enjoy the company of my mother, and my gem of a grandmother who is 97 years young.  Oh, yes, it is by God’s grace that we stand 5 generations strong!

It is she, my grandmother, who continued to ask, “What are you going to do with all that stuff you are writing?”  The seed was then planted that she would live to see the manifestation of a precious gift.

 
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