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Reaching Out In Love to Others
Posted On 12/07/2011 13:01:19 by jpinspirations
Sharing Christmas With Those Considered Outcasts There are many people in this world who are considered the outcasts of society.  Some brought their problems upon themselves and are suffering as a result of it.  Others made mistakes and will spend the rest of their lives paying for it. Regardless, these are also souls that Christ died for, and it is not His will that any perish.  When we can begin to see the outcasts as the Lord sees them,  we will see them through His e... Read More



Poem--A Giving Heart
Posted On 12/07/2011 12:49:56 by jpinspirations
  ~A giving HEART~
Have you a heart of compassion, one that overflows with God's love? A giving heart is an attribute of God, filled with His Spirit from above.   All around us, we see hurting people many with no hope for tomorrow, Yet we know our Savior can help, He alone can give joy for sorrow.   When we point the way to the Master we show others the way to true peace, Only in Christ can one receive true joy, and the great love of Jesus, which will never cease.   A g... Read More



Reflections On Given And Receiving
Posted On 12/07/2011 12:39:37 by jpinspirations
~IS giving THE SAME AS RECEIVING?~ To help understand this, let me tell you a story about a young mother of four, who lost her husband, at the age of thirty. She struggled through funeral arrangements and buried her husband, after just nine short years of marriage. During these happy nine years, her husband made a good living as a union truck driver, with a standard run to Ft Smith, Arkansas.  He was in the process of building a new house, had the sub floor down, and was ready to start sta... Read More



When Something Beautiful Dies
Posted On 03/30/2011 07:46:56 by Thundercloud
When Something Beautiful Dies
When we let something beautiful die the world is less beautiful place. We tend to a prize rose bush and we water it every day and we prune it when it needs pruning. We feed it and we tend to it and we enjoy its perfect fragrant blooms. Every day we look at it and take pride in it and we derive pleasure from its beauty. We look at that rose bush every day and we don't notice that some of its leaves, the ones hidden inside away from the sun have started to wit... Read More



A Different Kind of Thanksgiving
Posted On 10/11/2010 13:21:27 by Derrough
Growing up on 'The Farm on The Fifth' provided me with a slightly different type of childhood than that experienced by most of my contemporaries.
Our nearest neighbours and closest associates were bachelor and widower farmers, ensuring a closer affiliation with wrenches, screwdrivers and butcher knives, than crochet hooks or knitting needles.
Hydraulic systems on tractors took precedent to sewing machines much to the despair of my Grandma Nell.
I'll take binder twine ahead of embroidery... Read More



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