Skip to comments.FReeper Canteen ~ Road Trip: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C. ~ 28 MAY 2013
Posted on 05/27/2013 6:00:01 PM PDT by laurenmarlowe
I love baseball and have been a fan of the sport since I was a little kid. I especially enjoy following the Detroit Tigers. But during a recent season, the Tigers poor play and losing record early in the season frustrated me greatly. So for my own personal well-being, I took a break. I spent 4 days avoiding anything to do with my favorite team.
During those 4 Tiger-less days, I began to contemplate how difficult it is to give up things weve grown accustomed to. Yet there are times when God may want us to.
For instance, we may be involved in an activity that has become all-encompassingand we know it would be best to limit it (see 1 Cor. 6:12). Or we may have a habit or practice that we know misses the mark of pleasing God, and we realize that we need to let it go because we love Him and want Him to be glorified through us (15:34).
When we do find things that interfere with our relationship with the Lord, with His help we can stop. God has given us the provision (1 Cor. 10:13), and the Spirit provides the power (Rom. 8:5).
Lets ask Him to help us not let anything block His glory from shining through.
Read: Romans 8:1-10
Bobbie Vintion “Coming home Soldier” to finish off the weekend.
Thanks, unique, for the road trippers!
~ Road Trip: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C. ~
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In 2005, an 83 year-old World War II pilot is surprised to see
16mm footage of his 1944 Spitfire crash for the first time.
A wonderful story and footage of WWII planes!
Good evening, Mayor, and thank you for today’s sustenance for body and soul.
Thanks for a great road trip...and good to see you here!
See ya for reals in a week and a half! WOOHOO!!
Oh wow...that was terrific!
(Takes Bow, and then takes her place on the bronze podium as the National Anthem is played!)
I LovE all those stories! Glad you enjoyed it, too!
I have flown a Texax T-6 (WW2 Era), A 1935 Taylorcraft, and an old 30’s era biplane.
I’ve never had the honor of flying a Spitfire, but I LOVE the way they look.
I am not a licensed pilot, but take the yoke whenever somebody lets me...LOL.
Good evening, mountainlion....good video. Thanks.
Hope you had a good Memorial Day weekend.