Skip to comments.FReeper Canteen - Tunes For Our Troops - 23 March 2013
Posted on 03/22/2013 6:00:33 PM PDT by AZamericonnie
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Our Flag Flying Proudly One Nation Under God
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Lord, Please Bless Our Troops, They're fighting for our Freedom.
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God Bless Our Republic
I pledge allegiance to the Flag
of the United States of America,
and to the Republic, for which it stands;
one nation UNDER GOD,
with liberty and justice for all.
Prayers going up
Hand over heart & prayers up! *Hugs*
Although I try not to be shocked by the things I see these days, I was caught off-balance by the message on the womans T-shirt as she walked past me in the mall. The bold letters declared: Hope Is For Suckers. Certainly, being naïve or gullible can be foolish and dangerous. Disappointment and heartache can be the tragic offspring of unfounded optimism. But not allowing oneself to have hope is a sad and cynical way to view life.
Biblical hope is unique; its a confident trust in God and what He is doing in the world and in our lives. Thats something everyone needs! The writer to the Hebrews clearly stated the importance of hope when he wrote, Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful (Heb. 10:23).
Having biblical hope is not foolish, because it has a strong foundation. We hold fast to the hope we have received in Christ because our God is faithful. He can be trusted with anything and everything we will ever faceboth for today and forever. Our hope is grounded in the trustworthy character of the God who loves us with an everlasting love. So, the T-shirt had it wrong. Hope is not for suckers; its for you and for me!
Read: Hebrews 10:19-25
FRIDAY NIGHT VIDEOS
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Theme: It’s Spring On My Calendar
Note: Parental Discretion Advised.
“First Day of Spring!”
“Journey - Winds of March”
“Cold Winter Blues - Kokomo Arnold (1937)”
“Chris Rea - Deep Winter Blues”
“Secret Garden - Lament for a Frozen Flower”
“Isaac Shepard - Letting Go”
“Waitin’ on a Sunny Day - Bruce Springsteen”
“The 5th Dimension ~ Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In”
“Crystal Blue Persuasion - Tommy James & The Shondells”
“The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun”
“Sunny Day - Laurie Stras”
“Beethoven - Primavera (Spring/Fruhling)”
“Spring” [Music: “Hummingbird - George Winston”]
“Green Sun - Beautiful Sunshine Clouds” [Instramental]
“Skysurfer - Here Comes The Sun (Piano Dream Mix)”
“Pieces of April - Three Dog Night”
“Vivaldi - Gloria”
“Spring Awakening - Relaxation Music”
“RelaxDaily - Playlist - Relaxing Music and Nature Videos”
“Andre Rieu - Romantic Paradise - Part 1 - 2008”
“Andre Rieu - Romantic Paradise - Part 2 - 2008”
“Phil Collins - Finally the First Farewell Tour - Paris, 2004 Live Concert”
“Pink Floyd HD - Delicate Sound of Thunder (Full Concert)”
“Non-Stop Disco Hits (Old School) - Part 1”
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Hi AZ!!! (((HUGS)))
~ Tunes For Our Troops ~
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So many songs - so few Terabytes.
Where were you on Thursday, March 23, 1967? I was in my freshman year at a small engineering college in Philadelphia, in ROTC, and DJ and Music Director at that colleges radio station. I had no idea that college radio would lead to something absolutely astounding in a Top 20 market just five years away, and my biggest concern was how Vietnam was going and whether it would still be going on in 1971 when I graduated. (I was in a five year program.) So lets cue the Rockumentary theme!
This song was a hit for the Shirelles in 1959, and its really not all that great a song, at least not in the Shirelles hands. Lou Adler turned it into a work of art with Michelle Phillips on lead vocals. It came in at #10.
Love the spring theme Cindy Sue & hope you are seeing some loverly spring temps! *Hugs*
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