Author Archives: Floy Daun

About Floy Daun

Everyone experiences miracles in their lives. Sometimes we recognize them as they happen. Sometimes we don't recognize them until years later. Sometimes we don't recognize them at all, such as when we are prompted to take a turn we hadn't planned on, and will never know that by doing so, we avoided a serious accident. As I have written the life stories of my grandparents, parents, husband and brother I have been humbled by the constant overshadowing of our lives by a loving Father in Heaven. The purpose of this blog is to bless me to remember the miracles in my life, and hopefully to bless other to recognize the miracles in their lives--and to write them down for their children and grandchildren. Floy Daun

Two Angels

   TWO ANGELS It was going to be a very busy day.  I had tons of work to finish at the ranch, and I’d have to get on with it to finish in time to make it down to my … Continue reading

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A Startling Admonition From The Pulpit

It was a warm Sunday afternoon in August the year I turned 12. My two younger 
brothers and I had probably been poking and pushing and annoying one another for hours
 when Dad finally got exacerbated and decided it would … Continue reading

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I Will Go Before Your Face

This is a story I was told very recently by a young man. I needed to hear it now. I hope you will find it a story of enduring faith and hope.    “I WILL GO BEFORE YOUR FACE” When … Continue reading

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“Ask”

I love this story. It strengthens my testimony. The names have been changed and any errors are my own.  “ASK” High School graduation was just a few weeks away, and the seniors would soon be leaving to attend different universities … Continue reading

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Where Love and Mercy Meet

Although I know of this experience myself, I recount it from the perspective of one who was a teenager at the time, who was so profoundly and forever affected by it, that as he spoke about it, I could sense … Continue reading

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In The Right Time

This is a story about Richard Myers, his father, Gar, a chance meeting at a mall, and the Lord’s way of seeing that all is done in the right time, whether protracted, or immediate. IN THE RIGHT TIME I met … Continue reading

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The Woman on the Bridge

This is Peggy Davis’ story. I am touched by the sequence of events: the elderly couple on a 3 hour boat trip, the delightful 10 year old girl, the loving welcoming of Peggy and Tony, and most of all, by … Continue reading

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