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Where in a handbasket

TO HELL IN A HANDBASKET?

Where in a handbasket

WHAT DO WE DO NOW IF THE WORLD IS HEADING TOWARD HELL IN A HAND BASKET?

I found this online and I have to say I am not too happy about it. Sure the people there dress a little funny and their property could use a little cleaning up but do they really need to be harassed for being organic?

http://wearechange.org/swat-team-raids-organic-farm-confiscates-blueberries/

 

Now I personally am not there yet with the whole “organic” thing but each day I see more and more reason to move somewhat in that direction. I still eat meat from the store and buy food out of the “organic” section to save money. I hear arguments on both sides about one is better than another or that there is no difference. Either way, wouldn’t it be great to grow your own food? I am seeing increased concerns about food shortages and a serious lack of natural resources verses the population’s growth and consumption. Continue reading

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Lion king

RELEASE THE LION WITHIN

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“The Hebrew word for holy is kodesh, which means separate, set apart. As Balaam, the gentile prophet, stated, ‘It is a people that shall dwell apart’ (Num. 23:9). The modern connotation of holy misses this, relating the word to being worthy of adoration. It is no wonder the Talmud likens the translation of the Hebrew Bible into other languages to a lion locked in a cage, comparing it to the destruction of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.” Continue reading

The Generation Gap

Numbers 14:18 The LORD is longsuffering, and of great mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression, and by no means clearing the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation.

If the sins of the father carry over, so too couldn’t his blessings and mercy?

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A New Day

soulblindministry:

Love and nature

Originally posted on Changing Journey:

papago I am so excited! See that mountain? That is now one of several right outside our backdoor! We’ve been dying to get out and explore the trails. Unfortunately, we’re five days in and haven’t been able to.

It’s funny how change….whether good or bad, can bring a combination of emotions.

Frustration. Of course there are the usual daily frustrations, but this change brought about some of its own. I think Daniel feels them more than I do. While we were moving, he tweaked his knee. While he’s in no way incapacitated, walking is not comfortable for him. He’s been wanting to get out on the trails so badly, but doesn’t want to risk further injury. As for me, I’d rather share the experience with Daniel, so am content with waiting. My frustrations lie with my own negligence. Two days after moving in and unpacking, I’m asking “Where is my…

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Breathtaking Beauty

soulblindministry:

The wonders of the Great Artist brings serenity and wonder to my soul… what a great trip. Simple but magical. I love this state… and my girl.

Originally posted on Changing Journey:

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It’s absolutely spectacular, isn’t it?

After a rough 50 hour work week and impending move, Daniel and I thought a little trip out of town was in order!  For days we debated on where to go and for how long.  It had even come down to a point of wondering if we should go anywhere at all.  Phoenix was to get rain all day on Saturday, which is a rare occurrence, and the higher elevations were to get snow.  Not exactly traveling weather!  Then, at the last possible minute, we decided to take a day trip north.  The weather had cleared and cabin fever had set in.  This beautiful sight was our destination; the Grand Canyon.  It truly lives up to it’s name!  Of course this was the final destination.  Since I’m still fairly new to Arizona, there were a few other places Daniel wanted to share with me along the…

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“Jimmied Letters” A LETTER TO RON MOSBY

“Jimmied Letters”
A LETTER TO RON MOSBY

This is a letter to a man I met named Ron Mosby whom I think to be an upright and Godly man.

CONSIDER THIS GOOD BROTHER

Consider the possibility that the Bible is in fact written with another purpose other than to show the might and majesty of God. Imagine if there was more to it than stories, laws, rules, songs and parables. What if God authored the book as a lesson book, not for the next life alone but for the one we are living now? I have known a great many Christians that claim salvation yet suffer in their own minds. Is it possible that freedom could start on the inside? Continue reading

food

BIBLICAL SYMBOLS FOOD

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When most people read the Bible there seems to be a limitation to their understanding based on certain symbols used in the Scriptures. The stories are easy enough to read, but it is often hard to understand some of the deeper meanings if you do not understand the significance of symbolic items used such as: garments, trees, mountains, lakes, animals, etc. When you can understand the significance of these items you will gain a greater clarity into your studies. What symbolic truth can we learn from this word?

FOOD
To eat something in the Bible means to gain the strength of the thing you consumed. To understand. Continue reading

Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita Nyong’o

I found this on YouTube and thought it was worth sharing.

Thank you Lupita Nyong’o for being a woman of substance.

Lupita Nyong'o

How is it that we all seem to forget who we are? How do we lose sight of our pride and self-love and think of ourselves as something less than wonderful? Are we not all made in God’s image? Are we not all made of excellent things? If you mirror God then you are amazing! Continue reading

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CARE AND SHARE: For the Love of Craig

CARE AND SHARE
Do You Have a Cause You Believe In?

For the Love of Craig



Created by Julie Carrillo-Vargas on February 26, 2014

SPRING VALLEY, CA
Medical & Healing

Our beloved Craig Soto was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.  By the time he was diagnosed, it had spread to his liver and lungs. Craig is a hard worker and dedicated family man.  He is one of the nicest and most honest people I know. Continue reading