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Moving On to a Happy New Year 2012

Isaiah 43:18-19 says, “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.  See, I am doing a new thing!  Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?  I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.” As we end the year 2011, we reflect upon our past. Remembering the … Continue reading

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Inspiration found in a worn out picture frame

It sat on the mantle for years. Dust began to cover the image while the memories of that day was soon to fade away. It was an old, worn out picture frame that captured my heart. A day of celebrating, the family gathered to commemorate our parent’s 40th anniversary. It was in those happy times when … Continue reading

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A Christmas Miracle is a Precious Christmas Gift

Many know the origins of Christmas. The story found in Luke chapter 2 tells of the miraculous birth of a baby. Born over two thousand years ago, the day Jesus Christ came to earth. Arriving in humble beginnings, the Son of God was born. And the magnificence of his birth brought a multitude of Heavenly Angels to declare his glory. … Continue reading

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Top 10 Favorite Christmas Songs

Take a good vocal, a piano or instrumental version of any traditional song and your spirit moves. This is the time of the year when we hear the Christmas songs played so frequently. There is something about these Christmas melodies. The songs, the words that invoke such passion that stirs the soul, these are the traditional Christmas … Continue reading

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Dealing with Complainers, Whiners, and Debbie-Downers

Why is it that some people are always downers? They find something to complain about and they are never happy. If they get a cold, they want everyone to feel sorry for them. If they have a rough day at work, everyone knows about it. I don’t understand. What makes a person like that? There … Continue reading

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A Proclamation of Thanksgiving Day in 1789

Thanksgiving is a day of blessings. To be thankful and to give praises to God who bestows all good things.  In 1789, a proclamation was made by the founding fathers. On Thanksgiving, families and friends draw close, to acknowledge relationships, and to give thanks for the benefits that many so often take for granted. Let … Continue reading

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Feeling Sorry for yourself while Dealing with the Pain of Rejection

Having a pity party about your circumstances will only keep you down. Think about the direction your life is taking. What you do for yourself today determines your tomorrow. Don’t just spend time with God when you’re feeling desperate. Spend time with God every day so when the desperation enters you will be equipped to … Continue reading

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Michael Jackson Doctor Found Guilty

He sat in the courtroom without any emotion as the verdict was read, Dr. Conrad Murray, found guilty for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. Jackson Doctor Found Guilty The jury returned Monday to continue their deliberations. In a few short hours they reached a verdict. The media covering the event was tuned in and … Continue reading

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The Silence of Unconcern Feels like Rejection

In many ways, the silence of unconcern can be more deadly than hate. Think about that for a moment. Have you ever felt ignored? Misunderstood? Even the best of friends can sometimes become scarce when the other is in need. Sometimes in trying to understand, they become discouraged and walk away. Left feeling isolated or … Continue reading

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Life lessons learned from Disney movie ‘Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang’

Seems like a strange comparison to have life lessons learned from a Disney movie. As a kid, I watched the movie, “Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang” featuring Dick Van Dyke, many, many times. It’s one of my favorites. As a parent, I watched it with my children, then again with my grandchildren. I still know most of the songs. … Continue reading

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    I have refrained from giving my opinion during this election. The discouragement and lack of respect given to each of the opponents show little to no value for the American people. How can we respect our leaders when they lack the respect of one another? The candidates have slandered one another and pointed fingers at […] … Continue reading Show Some Respect […]
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    Many friendships will come and go in life. In seasons of change, a person will encounter new friends, and old friends will fall away. There are friendships that stay with you during a lifetime. Those friends are the first ones you call to share good news and the ones you can count on in times … Continue reading Three Types of Friendships →

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