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Posted on 10/12/2019 5:01:03 PM PDT by Kathy in Alaska
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Good evening, ML...((HUGS))...and a Blessed Lord’s Day and Shavua Tov to you and yours.
Are you and Blue still on the road? Penny up for a hike yet?
We are below freezing every night now, but the days are still making it into the low 40s. Maybe a bit of snow next weekend. Leaves everywhere.
Blue is still with me, but the last few days have been rainy and miserable, so I haven’t been riding. I expect better weather next week though!
I really don’t want to put the bike away for winter just yet!
Next weekend, Penny and I will be going to Cape Cod for a nice hiking kind of vacation on the autumn seaside trails.
My sister rented a little cottage that accepts pets.
Not much for leaves here, just pine needles. The snow mostly melted and it got up to 65 today. Happy winter.
Hai Kathy! (((HUGS))) Well stuck in Denver because of weather. I have a three day off slot so just as well stay here. I’ll have a few more routes to fly before I complete my thousand hours for the year and off until after New Year’s Day.
Hitting the sack early tonight...headcold has me a bit under the weather. (sigh)
Bible in a Year : Isaiah 4142; 1 Thessalonians 1
We eagerly await a Savior. Philippians 3:20
Outside the Shibuya train station in Tokyo is a statue commemorating an Akita dog named Hachiko. Hachiko is remembered for unusual faithfulness to his owner, a university professor who commuted from the station daily. The dog accompanied him on his walk there in the morning and came back to meet him every afternoon just as his train arrived.
One day the professor didnt return to the station; sadly, hed died at work. But for the rest of his lifemore than nine yearsHachiko showed up at the same time as the afternoon train. Day after day, regardless of weather, the dog waited faithfully for his masters return.
Paul commended the Thessalonians for their faithfulness, citing their work produced by faith, labor prompted by love, and endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ (1 Thessalonians 1:3). Despite harsh opposition, they left their old ways to serve the living and true God, and to wait for his Son from heaven (vv. 910).
These early believers vital hope in their Savior and His love for them inspired them to see beyond their difficulties and to share their faith enthusiastically. They were assured there was nothing better than living for Jesus. How good it is to know that the same Holy Spirit who emboldened them (v. 5) still empowers us today to faithfully serve Jesus as we await His return.
What do you look forward to most about being with Jesus? How are you sharing your hope in Him?
Jesus, help me take heart and wait for You.
To learn more about what the New Testament teaches about the Christian faith, visit christianuniversity.org/NT109.
I understand about getting every last mile you and Blue can together.
And your weekend away sounds wonderful.
Wishing all our Jewish troops, veterans, families, allies, friends, and Canteeners
a peaceful and prosperous week.
Prayers for our troops, veterans, families, allies, friends, and Canteeners
for a safe and peaceful week ahead.
Greetings to all at the Canteen!
To all our military men and women, past and present,
for your service!
Good evening, mountainlion...winter over, huh? LOL!
A Blessed Lord’s Day to you and yours.
Well...you have your wood supply in, so you are ready for the real snow. I got a call today for renewing my snow plowing when needed. But I’m still sweeping wet leaves off the deck every day.
Howdy! Is it still cooler there? It is here....for now. Back to the 80s tomorrow. Bah! LOL!
Yep, a LOT cooler here. 46 degrees at the moment and this tie last night, we were in the low 70s. It made it up to 62 degrees at the farm but only 56 up at the museum. The wind took ALL the fun out of being outside.
But tomorrow is supposed to be around 70 and we’ll have 70s through the next week.
If you haven’t checked Oz tonight, you need to take a quick peek at the cam.
Good evening, Janey ((HUGS))...and Shavua Tov and a Blessed Lord’s Day.
Stuck in Denver, huh? Well, be safe and enjoy your down time. Very cool about almost to max flying time and LOTS of time off at the end of the year.
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