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Neither Rotten Nor Forgotten

God sees your value

Bucket of rotten apples
Photo by Rasa Kasparaviciene on Unsplash

The apples on our tree were split, spotted, and misshapen. Could they be salvaged?

I plucked the low-hanging fruit and used a picker for those higher up. One hundred pounds later, my husband and I washed, peeled, and cut out the spoiled parts.




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Elizabeth Erlandson

Elizabeth Erlandson

Totally sold out to Jesus Christ, in Whom I find ever-increasing joy. Wife to Doug. Mother of two. Urban gleaner. Retired candy store owner. Devotional writer.

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