Skip to comments.FReeper Canteen ~ Tunes For Our Troops: Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown ~ 23 March 2019
Posted on 03/22/2019 6:00:15 PM PDT by Kathy in Alaska
Snow, everything is white again. They had thunder snow to the south of me. Merry Christmas everyone.
~ Tunes For Our Troops: Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown ~
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and the family members of the above.
Honoring those who have served before.
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The doors have been open since Oct 7 2001,
the day of the start of the war in Afghanistan.
We are indebted to you for your sacrifices for our Freedom.
Gatemouth-one of the best Texas bluesmen.
Good evening, Publius, and thank you for Rachmaninov’s “The Star Spangled Banner”.
Bible in a Year: Joshua 1315; Luke 1:5780
We fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. 2 Corinthians 4:18
A rare supermoon appeared in November 2016the moon in its orbit reached its closest point to the earth in over sixty years and so appeared bigger and brighter than at other times. But for me that day the skies were shrouded in gray. Although I saw photos of this wonder from friends in other places, as I gazed upward I had to trust that the supermoon was lurking behind the clouds.
The apostle Paul faced many hardships but believed that what is unseen will last forever. He said how his momentary troubles achieve an eternal glory (2 Corinthians 4:17). Thus he could fix his eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, because what is unseen is eternal (v. 18). Paul yearned that the Corinthians and our faith would grow, and although we suffer, that we too would trust in God. We might not be able to see Him, but we can believe He is renewing us day by day (v. 16).
I thought about how God is unseen but eternal when I gazed at the clouds that day, knowing that the supermoon was hidden but there. And I hoped the next time I was tempted to believe that God was far from me, I would fix my eyes on what is unseen.
What does it mean for you to fix your eyes on what is unseen? How does your hope in Jesus help you face the difficulties of life?
Here is a list of the songs in the Jukebox:
Artist/s - Song Names:
Bazil - Amor Prohibido
Bazil - El Seductor
Bazil - Entregate
Carlos D'Castro - Aun Vivo
Carlos D'Castro - Es Tu Amor
Carlos D'Castro - Hasta Que Amanezca
Don Perignon Y La Orquesta Puertorriquena - Amor De La Calle
Don Perignon Y La Orquesta Puertorriquena - Asi Dice Perignon
Don Perignon Y La Orquesta Puertorriquena - Baila
Javier 'Chocolate' Rodriguez - Camino A La Cima
Javier 'Chocolate' Rodriguez - Cuchun
Javier 'Chocolate' Rodriguez - El Chocolate
Jorge Perez And Anna Talpe - Time For Love
Jose Luis Moran - El Mas Chevere
Jose Luis Moran - Fuiste Tu
Jose Luis Moran - La Rumba Del Barrio
Juan Amalbert Y La Latin Jazz Qunitet - Ain't Dat Right
Juan Amalbert Y La Latin Jazz Qunitet - April Afternoon
Juan Amalbert Y La Latin Jazz Qunitet - April Rain
La 6TA Formula - Canto A Barlovento
La 6TA Formula - El Heladero
La 6TA Formula - Mami Blue Baby Blue
Pedro Arroyo Y La Orquesta Nueva - Amalia
Pedro Arroyo Y La Orquesta Nueva - El Lago De Matruya
Pedro Arroyo Y La Orquesta Nueva - Embrujo Con Puerto Rico
Willie Torres - NY Flavor
Willie Torres - NYC Cha-Cha-Cha
Willie Torres - Olvidarte
Willie Torres - Por Eso Le Canto Al Pueblo
Willie Torres - Preparate ( Llego El Sabor )
Good evening, mountainlion. Snow??????
We're in full breakup, but I'm not quite ready to believe it's here to stay.
Welcome to the Canteen, Doche2X2...he sure plays some great music!
Just relaxin' and laying low tonight.
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