Kristy Landgren

The Sarah/Abraham Synopsis


    The book of Genesis, in the Bible, tells that the prophet, Abraham, was originally named Abram, and Sarah, his wife, originally Sarai.  God told Abram to leave his country, Ur, and He would show them the way towards the land of Canaan, where he would be blessed by God.  In their journeys, they came upon a famine, so Abram and Sarai sojourned into Egypt.  But Abram feared that, because his wife was beautiful, he would be killed, and she would be taken by princes to Pharaoh, so they hatched a plan to pass her off as his sister.  After plagues afflicted Pharaoh’s household, they were discovered to be a married couple and were sent away, out of Egypt, where they continued their travels toward Canaan.  

    Abram and Sarai were devoted to each other and they, like other devoted couples, were in search of a chance at the happy life of faith and family.  God had previously promised Abram an everlasting seed, which would become a great nation, blessing the entire earth.  Because of Abram’s great faith, he believed God, but wondered how he would have a child, since Sarai was barren.  God reiterated that he would create a covenant with him but, thus far, the means by which this covenant would be established had remained vague.  

Allow Me to Introduce Myself, Please


 Happy Hanukkah to all my Jewish friends! 

For those new to my site, I am a songwriter, and the author of the book, Heaven Heals (By Understanding Abraham’s Covenant). I’ve had many readers ask why I wrote the book and, although there were several catalysts, my best motivation was that I wanted to take the opportunity to clarify several confusing Biblical accounts, one of which is the account of Sarah and Abraham.  The Bible is full of stories, parables, and lessons, some of which are more discernible than others. When I first read the account of Sarah and Abraham, I thought it was an awful story, full of drama, sadness, and plenty of tragedy to go around for all involved.  But, as a result of my years of research and scripture study, I wrote the book in hopes of providing some gained optimism, insight and perspective, which has direct application to any and all readers. 

      The book is based on the covenant God made with Abraham.  He covenanted with Abraham that he and Sarah would have their long-awaited son, Isaac, who would be born to them (the covenant couple) within the next year.  The accounts of Abraham and Isaac, and the story of (Abraham’s great grandson) Joseph, who was sold into Egypt, also, the celebration of the Passover, as well as, the separation and capture of the lost tribes of Israel, are all focuses in the book, as they relate to the covenant God made with Sarah and Abraham.  The standard set by them is examined and explained, and the relevance of it is presented, in all its hope and glory!

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Journey With Sarah and Abraham


The Biblical account of Sarah and Abraham is one of hope, love, drama, disappointments and, ultimately, celebration in the purpose of their legendary lives.  Each of us searches, as well, for the hope and joys found in the discovery of a true love, such as Sarah and Abraham's.  Explore the significance of their footprints along the human trail, and realize who you are, as you take a journey through the classic story of Sarah and Abraham. 

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It's hard to believe Thanksgiving is upon us (where has 2018 gone!?!) but the time for reflection has arrived.  Psalms 51:15-16 reminds us to "Offer unto God thanksgiving;and pay thy vows to the most High: And call upon me in the day of trouble; I will deliver thee and thou shalt glorify me."

Such a great promise that reminds us God appreciates when we acknowledge His blessings in our lives.  This is one of those areas in scripture where He makes a command and then states the reward He intends to give us.  When we are thankful and when we "pay vows," or worship and keep commandments, He guarantees deliverance from life's troubles and sufferings.  Then, as we enjoy the healing balm He provides, we return thanks back to Him and glorify His Power and Goodness.  It is one complete circle, cycle, or tiding of comfort and joy!

First comes Thanksgiving, then Christmas or Hanukkah, then a New Year's celebration.  "Tis the season of lights, family, friends, food, fun, music, reunion, love and joy!  The miracle of the season

Habitat Heartbreak


Fierce winds fueling horrific fires: News reports that more than 45 deaths are confirmed with many more people missing. The winds are ferocious again today; many trees uprooted around neighborhoods and tremendous damage. This Twitter photo captured the horror and heartbreak; I truly hope that whomever took it helped the horse get to safety. I am heartsick over the people and animal lives already lost to the State's greatest fire disaster. "Heaven Heals (by Understanding Abraham's Covenant)," speaks to the sorrow and sadness experienced from loss of loved ones through the normal course of life events or these kinds of devastating tragedies, ones for which we attempt to understand and try to explain. To all those who have a hope in faith, or even to those who simply desire to believe, there is a Perspective greater than the eye can see, one that enlightens the mind and warms the heart, in happy times and during the tragedies of life; all we have to do is ask the questions for which we long to know answers.  Usually, of course, answers do not come overnight but continued efforts to ask and keep "eyes" open, eventually lead to small events or thoughts that come to mind and, over the course of time, those lead to other circumstances or impressions, which all work towards guiding us to the insight we ultimately seek.  We've all heard someone express a similar episode:   

Wise Advice


Melanie Davey re-posted an article posted by Warren Thrasher. I don't know the original author but it sure is mature analysis and wise advice for our times. In this very divided society of ours, isn't it appropriate to look for the good in others and apply constructive criticism (key word: "constructive"), when needed, in an attempt to improve our public arena and discourse? We are all flawed individuals but there is also much value in the contributions everyone has to offer. Here's to the return of the all-American credo: "Let's agree to disagree"!

How Will It End?


When I was in college, my roommate’s sister discovered the Moody Blues, and turned us onto the music. They quickly became our favorite band of all our “favorite” bands back then.  Then I discovered Fleetwood Mac and they soon became a close 2nd favorite band.  And they still are.  Over the years, we expect things to inevitably change (they always do) but a favorite band should not ever change, right?  



Welcome to the newly redesigned website, highlighting the “Heal Heals“ CD and the engaging new book of the same name.  To give a little background, this book is the culmination of a year‘s work and the CD contains music which has inspired the book:  A cozy little pair, these two are!  The motivation for the book stems from a life-long enjoyment and desire to learn about religions.  I love to hear others’ explanations about their religious practices and traditions, which often provides validations of or insights into my own religion. For example,  


Inspirational Read


Michael Phelps "return"; article by Eric Metaxas

Happy Fourth of July!


Tonight was an evening of parades, salutaions, music, and fireworks - a celebration of America's independence 235 years ago. The Original Founders were not stodgy, old Englishmen (as some have alleged) but were well-educated, community leaders, who were among the most brilliant thinkers of all time. They studied governments and societies, financial structures, political systems, and human nature. They proclaimed a Declaration of Independence, participated in an American Revolution, and constructed a Constitution, the supreme framework for the organization of the U.S. government. The Constitution defines the relationship government has with the states, it's citizens, and all people living within the United States. 

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