Skip to comments.The FReeper Foxhole Remembers the Battle for Bougainville (11/1943) - May, 1 2006
Posted on 04/30/2006 10:16:00 PM PDT by SAMWolf
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Good morning, PE.
Trust you are feeling more like yourself today.
Blessed Sunday to you and yours.
Good morning, Mayor.
Thank You, for today's message of hope.
Have a Blessed day with your family.
Hi miss Feather
LOL. If there's a will there's a way.
Now we are up to Delaware. ;-)
Your very welcome Feather.. You too.
Is that Flying Tigers?
We have a restaurant here called that, well we used to, it went out of business.
Beautiful day here. Gotta catch up on personal stuff that has piled up for the last month though.
Have a wonderful blessed day!
Blessed day to you as well. ;)
Mrs alfa6 and I have a wee bit of road trip plannned. We will be out of the loop for about 10 days as of next Wednesday. I don't want to say to much more as I don't want to jinx it! It's a long story...
Well that sounds wonderful whatever and wherever it is. You will tell us all about it when you return, right?
Monday Morning Bump For The Foxhole
May 22, 2006
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The earth is the Lords, and all its fullness, the world and those who dwell therein. Psalm 24:1
Youre not the boss of me! Have you ever heard a child make this statement to someone in authority? Its the childs attempt to assert his or her independence.
Its not just children, though. No matter what our age, we dont like having someone tell us what to do. After all, that person might ask us to do something we dont want to do, or put us in a situation we dont want to be in.
Therein lies the fear of trusting God. Afraid of putting control of our life into His hands, we prefer to dig in and say, Youre not the boss of me.
Theres a serious problem with that line of thinking: Its not accurate. In reality, we cannot tell God that Hes not in charge. In Psalm 24, David said, The earth is the Lords, and all its fullness, the world and those who dwell therein (v.1). God is the boss of those who dwell in the world. That means all of us.
Our response, therefore, of trusting Him and turning our life over to Him comes when we acknowledge His authority. We say to Him, Lord, You are the boss of me! I acknowledge Your ownership, and I want to work with You to accomplish Your will.
We are Gods. He is in charge. Our job is to trust in Him and live for Him.
What's Uncle Sam looking at?
The same thing I'd be. ;-0
I know this one!
Good morning everyone.
Hi miss Feather.
I have a nice welcome back. More than 160 e-mails to ignore and delete.
The phrase for the day is:
Daddy, sit right here on the couch. Not on the chair, or the stair.
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