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The Sweetest Rose of Texas: The Life Poetry and Teachings of Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb

The Sweetest Rose of Texas: The Life Poetry and Teachings of Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb

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The Sweetest Rose of Texas: The Life Poetry and Teachings of Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb

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39 minuti
Jun 12, 2013


This is a small book of thoughts and poems and my understanding of what it is to live a life for Jesus. I dedicate it to all my children, and I hope that the memories of my life will recall a simpler and better time when families prayed together and loved the Lord.

This is a wonderful book of love and praise by a wonderful woman, whose kindness and love affect us all with happiness. I recommend it to people of all faiths. As well it takes us back to the Dallas, Texas of the 1920s and 1930s, before the hustle and bustle of the modern metropolis we experience today. A family of Texas farmers from Mesquite who loved God and the land.
Messianic Rabbi Yehoiakin-Barukh ben Yaocov.

Jun 12, 2013

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Lois was born in Dallas in 1921. She was married to Orbie Hiser, and they had four children before his unfortunate passing due to heart attack. She later married the Reverend Edward M. Newcomb, with whom she had her last child. She was once again left a widow when Rev. Newcomb passed away in 1973 She is ninety-two and currently resides in Carlsbad, New Mexico.

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The Sweetest Rose of Texas - Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb


The Life Poetry and Teachings of

Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb

Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb

Copyright © 2013 Lois Pauline Moore-Newcomb.

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cover image by Monika Moore

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Scripture taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

ISBN: 978-1-4497-9750-8 (sc)

ISBN: 978-1-4497-9749-2 (e)

Library of Congress Control Number: 2013910264

WestBow Press rev. date: 6/10/2013


Forward By Messianic Rabbi Jay Newcomb

My Life And Story

God’s Gentle Touch

A Phone Call Home

The Rolling Hills

The Rose, A Picture Story Of The Messiah

Just Because

In The Mud With Mira Dix

Jesus The Light

He Is Light

Beautiful Roses

Let The Sun Come Shining Through


Linda The Beautiful



This Little Red, Red Rose

The Rain




I wish peace and long life to all who read this book. After Mother’s late teen years, she did not record anymore of her personal experiences. She had a hard life and perhaps it was more than she could bear to recall. I know that she had a miscarriage and lost a child early in her first marriage. Orbie Hiser suffered through years of epileptic seizures and finally passed away leaving her alone with my brothers and sisters; David, Paul, Linda and Glenda.

But she met my Father, Edward M. Newcomb, from Baltimore, Maryland in Church and sometime later they were married. I was born in 1964 in Deming, New Mexico. They traveled much and spent a good deal of time moving from place to place. They moved between Gulfport, Mississippi and Joplin, Missouri. Also they moved between Wickenburg, Arizona and Deming New Mexico. San Antonio and Pharr, Texas, then on up to El Paso; finally here to Carlsbad where my Father, who was ill with COPD and a stomach rupture, passed away in August of 1973. I am not sure of the time sequence of all these moves except they last two were in 1969 and 1970. The reasons for these moves were, for the most part, the fact that my Father was a Baptist Preacher. It may seem funny that a Messianic Rabbi has a Baptist Preacher for a Father, but I followed a different path and this story is not about me but her.

Her oldest son David, my brother passed away of Cancer

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