Tag: Jesu

Guidelines for the New Year

It has been a pleasant, soul-feeding day; not to mention the body feeding as well.  Oven fried pork chops, black-eyed peas, cabbage, turnip greens, cornbread and for some sweet tea; for yours truly unsweetened and I have actually grown to prefer it — most of the time.  And with a quick ‘have a little talk

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Early Rising

Well, y’all getting somewhere on time is easy! 🙂 when your hubby sets the alarm and inadvertently also resets the clock! But you know what is a pleasant surprise? I’m up WAY earlier than my norm, I feel just as good, perhaps even better! hum??? One more day folks to accomplish all the 2013 stuff!

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Right

Is there anything harder in this Christian Life than giving up your right to want to hurt someone who has hurt you especially when they did it knowing it was hurting you but did it anyway? I am in the process and it is wildly hard. The mind plays and plays the evil they did;

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Let and Let Not

I picked up John 14 to read this morning, preliminary preparation for Sunday, and I am stopped at the first five words. “Don’t let yourselves be disturbed. via John 14 KJV;CJB – Let not your heart be troubled: ye – Bible Gateway. As you may know this is Yeshua speaking to His Disciples and obviously

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Do the Math

36 For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? via Mark 8:35-37 KJV;CJB – For whosoever will save his life shall – Bible Gateway. What shall it profit a man, a woman, a family if they gain everything they desire in this life and

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Good Will

Sunday evening at First Baptist Satsuma, Austin sang I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day and I got to thinking. Peace on earth, Good will to men. Luke 2:   King James Version (KJV) 13 And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, 14 Glory to God

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I’ll Take It

I was distracted this morning on my way to the kitchen for a bottle of water; when I arrived back to the dressing room I remembered my water. And it was there that a victory was achieved. I’ll take it! This time rather than berating myself for forgetting the bottle of water I prayed. I

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