To: The Mayor
Many wounds do not show on the outside, we realize this somewhat in regard to our service men protecting the United States of America. Children often have wounds they carry a lifetime and never find release from the hurtful words or circumstances of their young life. Let us be empathetic with others. When they feel safe to tell their story, let us not attempt to trivialize it or remove It. The kindness and compassion to truly listen, and just sit with it is amazing in its healing power. Time and love are ingredients we have readily available available. Let us act with love and understanding. Remember to ell them the message of Jesus. In Jesus name, amen.
posted on 06/02/2012 10:03:28 AM PDT
(The only answer to the troubles of this life is Jesus. A decision we all must make.)
To: geologist; yorkie
Saturday afternoon and everyone seems to be busy enjoying the beginnings of summer.
That is a great prayer you offered up to Our Heavenly Father.
I’m currently listening to a Sandi Patty album, “Morning Like This”. Her singing often brings me to tears - tears of joy because I’m a child of the King.
May you have a Blessed weekend as we serve Our Risen Lord.
posted on 06/02/2012 3:24:54 PM PDT
by Diver Dave
(Because He Lives, I Can Face Tomorrow)
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