“Asa did what was pleasing and good in the sight of the Lord his God.”
- 2 Chronicles 14:2 NLT
Asa is a handsome chestnut colored boy with lots of chrome or white on his legs and face. He is a grade horse, or in other words, simply a mutt. His mom was an appaloosa cross with Arabian and his dad was a pinto. Asa was born July 19, 2016. Asa is Ms. Hil’s personal horse and likes to explore and camp. Asa is an awesome horse to trail ride and camp as he’s a confident boy with an adventurous nature. He’s a little guy at just under 14 hands tall, but built like a tank. Asa came home as a baby a year to the day after Ms. Hil had lost her first horse, Blaze, to old age. Asa has been a wonderful friend for her. Asa is best buds with Solomon, and the two boys are rarely seen apart when out grazing. Asa has a story about first meeting Ms. Hil. She liked him, but he wanted to play hard to get. But just when grief was reaching the point of making her believe she would never own another special horse this little one walked over to her. He picked her. She knew instantly that he was the horse for her. God orchestrated a Devine plan when he paired Asa and Ms. Hil. The Scripture for Asa is one Ms. Hil read the morning before she met Asa. She was convicted by the fact that the second sentence about King Asa was that he did what was good in the eyes of God. Could someone write that as the second sentence of our own lives? Is that what stands out most about of life?
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