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YEVET TENNEY

Yevet Tenney has been writing for Progressive Dairy for many years. Her heartfelt, inspirational articles are a favorite with readers.

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Recently, I was reminded the story of Helen Keller, who was 9 months old when she was stricken with the disease that left her both blind and deaf. She was an amazing lady who accomplished more than most of us would in a lifetime.

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When I was young, I lived on a ranch where we had all kinds of animals. Chickens were plentiful, and I gathered eggs and have seen new baby chicks.

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Karl Collett, my son-in-law, passed away March 7, 2019. He spent 23 years in a wheelchair, and his story is an inspiration, an excuse-breaker and a testament to the fact the Lord helps to fulfill life’s mission even in the crucible of adversity.

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In the beginning, when God looked upon the vast chaos of eternity and the darkness of the water, He said, “Let there be light” and saw the light was good. He divided the light from the darkness and christened the day and night.

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The song “Amazing Grace” has been on my mind lately. The image of Il Divo, a male quartet, singing the song at the Coliseum in Rome is etched in my memory. The handsome Italians stood in the stone pillars of the ancient place where Christians gave their lives for their faith in Christ.

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I was called “Martha” once back in my college days when I shared an apartment with four other girls. I was scorched at having to pick up after everyone and wash up the dishes that were left on the counter and in the sink.

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