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  1. Gravitation

    I've been going through a rough patch lately. I found out I won't be able to go to school full-time next semester because my grant won't cover it. It's not a big deal, other than I'll be the last of my friends to graduate. I am praying to God to help me find a good job after I graduate with my associate's so I can support myself and my mother as she grows older.

    My Mom had her birthday last Sunday! So happy birthday to my mom! God blessed me with the most wonderful mother in the world! ...
  2. I've gotta use it!

    This past weekend was a weird one for us weather wise. Saturday was beautiful - sunny, no humidity, in the 70's. Sunday it was in the 80's, humid. Waking up yesterday morning I started out in shorts, tshirt and barefoot and graduated to pants and socks and eventually a fuzzy warm sweater. The day clouded over, the wind picked up and if I didn't know that the calendar said it was the end of May I'd have thought it to be early fall. It was just plain chilly!

    My daughter was fortunate ...
  3. God Loves Us

    New Living Translation

    John 3:1 After dark one evening, a Jewish religious leader named Nicodemus, a Pharisee,
    John 3:2 came to speak with Jesus. "Teacher," he said, "we all know that God has sent you to teach us. Your miraculous signs are proof enough that God is with you."
    John 3:3 Jesus replied, "I assure you, unless you are born again,[fn1] you can never see the Kingdom of God."
    John 3:4 "What do you mean?" ...
  4. So dans ons :)

  5. A Standard for Living

    [COLOR=Blue]... When I was just a lad I was raised to believe that God, if He existed, was not concerned with anything that we did here on the earth. As I grew, I noticed that the rules, for my behavior, were constantly changing. In fact, by the time I was seventeen, it was not only acceptable that I had relations with a female, it was expected that I would. There was no concept of sin in my family, what-so-ever. When I turned my life over to my LORD, the very most comforting thing about that event ...