July 4th, 2008
Or rather a bad day with a tentatively good outcome. It is not every day that we have an actual life threatening emergency. Lots of times its minor complaints, legitimate but not life or death. The other day we got a call from our local FOP camp where they host camps for underpriviledged youth from the inner city. It was the Lt in charge. In a quick no nonsense way she requested water rescue for a subject submerged in the lake and they can't locate him.
Updated Jul 15th 2008 at 04:48 PM by Lynbob
Strong On Your Behalf
"The eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose hearts are loyal toward Him" (II Chronicles 16:9).
God wants to show Himself strong on your behalf! He's looking for hearts that are faithful to Him. He wants to amaze you with His goodness, and make you an example of His faithfulness—especially when everything around you seems difficult. It's not much of a stretch
So, here I am finally posting in my BDB blog! I guess I keep forgetting I have this thing! First off, I had to have some blood work done. It is to test for hypothyroidism and athritius. I know that sounds weird as I'm only 22, but they think I may have it. The low thyroid can account for me sleeping a lot in the day and having trouble sleeping at night. So, I will hear in a week the results of that test. On a plus note, all my vitamins and minerals are all at good levels!!
We know John 3:16. We can quote it in our sleep. But we forget about the circumstances surrounding it. But Nicodemus didn't. He was right in the middle of it. In fact, it was to him that the statement was made.
Just before Jesus stated "For God so loved . . ." He said "and as Moses lifted up the bronze snake on a pole in the wilderness, so the Son of Man must be lifed up, so that everyone who believes in him will have enternal life. (Jn 3:14-15 NLT)" Now, do you
This is a reprint of something I wrote several years ago. I post it in honor of July 4.
The Spirit of America
I was born in the heart and mind and sweat and tears of the founding fathers. Men like Washington, Jefferson, Adams and Franklin. And in places like Williamsberg, Jamestown, Philedelphia and Boston.
I stand with the Lady in the harbor as she raises her torch endlessly to the sky and cries out “Give me your tired, your poor.”