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Char,thank you,that means a lot to know there are prayers going up for her. Correction on niece,she's in surgery with light sedative to put stints in so kidneys tubes won't be mashed closed by tumor. The 3 year old burn patient had surgery yesterday all her arms and legs are wrapped in bandages too. Her daddy needs strength as well as the rest of the family,it is difficult to see your little one hurt and can't make it go away. The woman had her feet almost burned off getting the grandaughter out. Her husband is still in ICU. My grandson is very ill with pnuemonia,coughing up blood,he is 24,a new dad.My Greatgrandaughter has a stuffy nose. Please pray for all & my daughter shes been at hospital with cousin a lot. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 8/15/12


//[...]I'm not sure how to go about. Know God is able. -[...]--Chria9396 on 8/14/12//

James1:3-4
Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.
4 But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing.
5 If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not, and it shall be given him.
1 Cor 10:13
There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able, but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.

Standing with you sister,
Praising God as Father,
Amen.


---char on 8/14/12


//---Darlene_1 on 8/14/12//

Standing sister, Amen.
---char on 8/14/12


chira, cont'

//The word - substance an action -related to a-concrete idea.//

Roman 1 (all)
vs 10 Making request, if by any means now at length I might have a prosperous journey by the will of God to come unto you.

vs 20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse:

Blessing sis,on your beautiful journey...
Shalom
---char on 8/14/12


---char on 8/14/12

Thank you char, and praise God. I have just stopped by briefly, so will copy, read/study, pray and hope to be back soon.
In the meantime, would appreciate prayer for struggles, some things I have to take care of, difficult, I'm not sure how to go about. Know God is able. God bless you.
---Chria9396 on 8/14/12




Hi chira,
"Does God Have a Goal"
Here are the strgs#to [nasa,salad,sala,salaq]
[nasa]Strg's #5375
Gen21:18 Arise,( [nasa]-lift up) the lad, and hold him in thy hand. For I will make him a great nation.
Ps 25:18 Consider mine affliction and my travail, And ([nasa]-forgive) all my sins
[salahh]Strgs #5545 similar meaning to [nasa]
Note parallel "healing" "lifting up" diseases (forgiveness of iniquity)
Ps 103:2-3 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases.
[salad] Strgs 5539 "leap up"
[sala] Strgs5553 "cliff" (a wall that is lifted up)
[salaq]Strgs5559 "to ascend"
Cont'
---char on 8/14/12


Update on Darlene's niece,because she has improved there is now a danger of a heart attack on the operating table since they are taking her to surgery to remove the tumor which is pressing on the bladder and kidneys. Please keep up praying the doctor said anyone who wanted to see her before surgery should get over there before the surgery due to the danger. I don't understand why they are taking her to surgery so quick when she hasn't fully recovered her strength but is improving. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 8/14/12


Chira cont'
Some bibles have the Hebrew Alephbet/names before Genesis and Letters/Ps119. You can look them up in the dictionary(Alphabet Table)And... as each letter written.
Ancient Hebrew language was written with 22 letters. It is important to remember each letter has a meaning-origin- was a picture (pictograph). Hebrews were roaming/nomadic people.When understanding the culture you see each Hebrew word describes an action that witness - their journey through the wilderness.
The word - substance an action -related to a-concrete idea.Rom1:10
Example:
Aleph is an ox. The ox was used for its strength, therefore, represent strength or leader. The word [aluph] comes from the name of this letter and means Master or Lord.

Shalom
---char on 8/14/12


Trish and Mary and any who prayed,thank you,she is better but still needs prayer. Her blood pressure is up from 80/40 to 90/58. She has gained some strength and even set up for an hour. Her urine is now clear again and the right color so the kidneys must be working again. The prayer of faith does save the sick. Trish you are welcome and I treasure your friendship. My prayers are still with you and Mary,take care of yourselves. God bless
---Darlene_1 on 8/14/12


Hi, I am soooo very sorry about your niece, Darlene, I will pray. God bless and lots of hugs, Mary
---Mary on 8/14/12




Darline, I'm praying. I also thank you for your prayers and friendship
---Trish on 8/13/12


Darline, I'm praying. I also thank you for your prayers and friendship
---Trish on 8/13/12


Please pray for my niece. She is a cancer patient,the tumor is closing the bladder and they put in a tube to leave it there. Due to the bladder not empting out she has developed a terrible infection in the kidneys and bladder and is in septic shock. Her blood pressure is very low and her heart rate is fast,also running a high fever. She is a wonderful Christian,all her life,a retired teacher who loves not just children but people. She is very special to us. Her mother,who was my husbands sister,one aunt,two uncles,a greatgrandfather,great aunt,grandfather,and four great uncles all had cancer.
---Darlene_1 on 8/13/12


Trish I am praying for you,I hope that gets taken care of too. I want to praise God he laid it on my heart to pray for some newborn babies twice every day,one I prayed for,my best friends great-great grandaughter. My friend told me the baby's mother slipped going down the stairs and the baby,a month old now,shot out of her arms into the dinning room. She called 911 and they were rushed to the hospital. The baby had bleeding on the brain but the doctors got it under control and there isn't going to be any permanet damage to the brain. It reafirms to me when God lays someone on your heart its important to pray for them. A Couple close to us had a granddaughter,exwife,her husband,and her son burned in a house explosion. Child three.Please pray.
---Darlene_1 on 8/13/12


I'd appreciate prayer. When I fell in December, I seriously injured my leg, broke my nose, and injured my shoulder. The leg and nose have been fixed, but the shoulder injury is still plaguing me. I am going to my pain specialist on Wednesday to see if he can help me based on the MRI had had done in May. I am hoping he can help me the way he has helped with the lower back pain I've had for years. Thanks.
---Trish on 8/11/12


This was meant for char: "Thank you, I appreciate the kindness and love.. Thanks for the scriptures, read whole chapters (AMEN!). Would like to know how to find the Heb or Greek words quoted since not listed alphabetically. More to take in. I Love how God reveals, speaks, confirms, all praises due Him! Much could comment on, limited space. God bless you." Also, I was wrong about Hebrew and Greek words not being listed alphabetically. Although not listed according to our alphabet, they are listed according to the Hebrew or Greek. I just didn't realize. Now I can look up those words. I know Gr alphabet, but not Hebrew, if I learn that will help to look up words faster.
Also, I love you too char.
---chria9396 on 8/11/12


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Trish...You keep proving my point over and over.
---KarenD on 8/10/12


John, or should I say MarkV...grow up!
---kathr4453 on 8/10/12


kathr, you really make me laugh when I read your answers, here you first say, God bless! and right after you say, Psychobabbel will always keep that OLD sin nature active and alive. Did you not realize the words you spoke came from your own heart? Those words describe what you do all the time no matter who you answer.
---John on 8/10/12


trish, this is where you can step back and take a deep Breath. you know why you are there. shine your light, and don't let the boogers get you. thank you for serving.
---aka on 8/9/12


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KarenD: I discussed my recovery with my pastor in great detail. He is fully supportive of my participation in Alcoholics Anonymous.

You do not know my heart, and have no clue what you are talking about by saying I lack faith in the Lord. So, like I said earlier. Be quiet so you don't keep embarrassing yourself. Ignorance is not pretty, especially from someone who claims to know the will of God for people other than yourself. You do not know God's will for me, so shut up where my life is concerned.
---Trish on 8/9/12


Every person has their own way of relating to life,God,trials,and every thing they do. There are rarely two people who have the same response to the same situation. We cannot and should not judge another person because they relate in a different way to things than we do. It is the same with a persons walk with God and how they receive from Him. God responds to the needs of each person in the way which will help that person,in the way that person can receive what they need from God and life. Different ways of responding and receiving doesn't mean the person doesn't trust God,or love Him with their whole heart,it only means life has formed in them one method on how to cope and in someone else a different way. God still helps.
---Darlene_1 on 8/9/12


KarenD: Just because you worked in a Christian rehab doesn't mean you have a clue about how AA works.

Sobriety is achieved through working the Steps. The 3rd Step is where I totally surrendered to God. Going to meetings doesn't get anyone sober. It sure didn't work for me. Surrendering to God got me sober. Cleaning house in the 4th and 5th Steps, which is the confession part, and making amends in the 8th and 9th Steps helped secure my sobriety.

The reason there are meetings is to teach the newcomers about the Steps. It's so that there is a place for people who know nothing about AA to learn about it, so they can meet people who have gotten sober, to give them hope.
---Trish on 8/9/12


KarenD: I still say you know nothing about the purpose of an AA meeting, and even less about why I continue to attend them. My faith in God is what got me sober, because I totally surrendered my life to Him. Because I believe it is His will for me to continue to go to meetings, I attend them so others will know of the only, real Higher Power.

If all of the believers left AA, there would be nobody to tell them about Jesus. Most people in AA do not go to church in the beginning. Plus, most alcoholics and addicts don't trust people who don't have drinking or drugging in their past.

Who better than a believer who has been there, and done that to tell them the Good News?
---Trish on 8/9/12


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KarenD I agree. The deliverance comes through the Cross. No longer I but Christ who lives in me, and teh life that I NOW LIVE IN THE FLESH I live by the faith of the only begotten Son who loved me and gave His Life FOR ME.

But KarenD, many may know that verse, but may not KNOW the reality in personal experience of that verse.

If Jesus can't deliver from this sin, He can't deliver from any sin.


God bless!

Psychobabbel will always keep that OLD sin nature active and alive.
---kathr4453 on 8/9/12


Since I retired from a Christian drug/alcohol rehab program, I certainly am well qualified to speak about AA. I still say that Jesus is the deliverer.
---KarenD on 8/9/12


Hi Mark V, God bless you and I, too, hope Elena is okay, hope she sees our messages soon, God bless your day, hugs, Mary :)
---Mary on 8/8/12


KarenD: Stop talking about things you know NOTHING about. AA meetings are NOT the AA program. People don't go to meetings to get sober. The AA program is the 12 Steps, which are rooted in Biblical principles. Meetings are held for people with sobriety to teach newcomers about working the 12 Steps.

Four of the AA Steps discuss either God or Spirituality. As a believer, I am light and salt at the meetings. When the discussion topic is about God or Spirituality, I share that the Lord Jesus is my Higher Power, and that without faith in Him, I would not be sober.

I also have discipled baby Christians I've met in meetings.

So, please, find some other person to insult. I'm tired of your constant put downs.
---Trish on 8/8/12


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Jed: I'm sorry you have had such a negative experience working in mental health. Of course, I was not with every patient and doctor all of the time. I just know that I never heard anyone make excuses in front of the patient who was acting out. A lot of times, patients had to be restrained, or tied down.

If you find the mental health system to be such a mess, why don't you change fields. I hated teaching so much, I earned my MSW when I was in my forties, and had been teaching for almost twenty years.
---Trish on 8/8/12


I've known too many Christians who have been totally delivered by the Lord to put any kind of trust in AA or any other organization. Turn it all to Jesus and let the Holy Spirit work in your life. Works every time!!!!! Going to meetings says that you don't trust the Lord!!!!!
---KarenD on 8/8/12


I have never worked with any psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, or psychologists that have enabled acting out, or wallowing in their depressions.
---Trish on 8/7/12

Wow, you must work in a peice of paradise because enabling and excuse making is most of what I see the entire mental health field to be. Many times, just being there "as a support" is enabling because it doesn't allow the patient to hit rock bottom with their behavior and experience the natural and legal consequences for their actions.
---Jed on 8/8/12


aka: I agree that God is the only Higher Power. I go to the 12 Step recovery rooms to be light and salt, make friends and share Christ with them.

My discipler taught me that just as I am powerless over sin, I am powerless over alcohol. I can't NOT sin without the Holy Spirit's power in my life. I can't stay away from alcohol without the Holy Spirit's power in me. That's how the powerlessness is for me with the 12 Steps.

I have addressed what is being said. For you, God allowed you to stop your addiction without the help of a program like the 12 Steps. Praise Him for that. I know of several people that were able to like you did. However, not everyone gets clean and sober that way.
---Trish on 8/8/12


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aka: I'm not sure if I explained myself clearly. I totally agree with you that to take responsibility is to not make excuses about genetics, or anything else. Like I said, the idea of powerlessness in AA, for me, is that I need God's Holy Spirit giving me the power to resist drinking the same way I need Him to give me the power to resist temptation to sin, because for me to drink is to sin.

As for the Higher Power, I have Christ, and in my relationships that I form, I share Him. There are many born again Christians in AA. We are light and salt in the program.

I've never had a sponsor that allowed me to make excuses for anything, especially my alcoholism. That's not what AA is about.
---Trish on 8/8/12


Sister Mary, I too was thinking of her. I sure hope she has not gotten worse. Maybe someone on line knows more about her and will tells us. She is an inspiration to so many with her faith in the Lord. Bless you too Mary, and hope things are going good for you, you also have gone through a whole lot. Hang in there, even though I don't answer much here, I do read everyone's needs and pray for them, as I know many others are also. Peace and blessings.
---Mark_V. on 8/8/12


trish, again, you address what is not being said.(part of the endless cycle). the burdens are different than the responsibility. to take responsibility is to take responsibility for ill actions no matter what. no genetics, no environment, no buts... i had my addictions too. when i was tired of them, i decided in my heart that they were going to end. yes, they might be beyond me in some way, but i never looked at it that way. they had control over me and now i have control over them. i have overcome. did it happen overnight...nope. recovering addicts leave themselves open by saying that they have no power over it. that simply is not true. and, btw, there is only One power, not higher powers (another area that addicts leave themselves open.)
---aka on 8/7/12


Jed: I totally agree that there are patients in psychiatric hospitals that want to be enabled in their poor behavior. I have never worked with any psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, or psychologists that have enabled acting out, or wallowing in their depressions.
---Trish on 8/7/12


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Hi everyone, is Elena still on the blogs and hopefully doing good? I really miss you if you see this, God bless, hugs, Mary
---Mary on 8/7/12


Aka, it's not just that way with alcoholism. It's exactly as you described for mental health too.
---Jed on 8/7/12


aka: I have been in recovery for alcoholism for 22 years, and have never seen anyone in or out of the recovery community put the responsibility for the drinking/drugging on anyone but the alcoholic/addict. In my AA groups, we take responsibility for our drinking and sobriety. In treatment centers, they are taught to take responsibility. The AA 12 Steps include taking responsibility and making amends to our family and friends.

I'm sorry you have been blamed for your wife's addiction. That is not the way the professionals I work with, and friends I have in AA do business.
---Trish on 8/7/12


when i grew up, the burden was clearly on the addict as everybody would band together so that the addict would hit rock bottom. for whatever reason, the addict was made responsible.

today, the burden has clearly shifted back to the victims/enablers. now, there always is a reason and it always is beyond the addicts control. there is no bottom and if there is, its the victim that provides the cushion. and, if the family members/enablers dare stand up, then he/she is negative and thus THE problem.
---aka on 8/6/12


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trish, i was sincere about thanking others. it put it all into perspective for me.

our kids are 10, 8, 5. (b, g, g).

it is no surprise that you and i contend. their mother is a recovering drug addict. i am a the king of enablers.

i do appreciate the past head butts that you and i have had because i will know how to handle things when they come time. so, i am grateful to you.

don't think that i have not forgiven her for what i do know. i can only ask God to forgive her for what i don't. however, it is difficult for an enabler to establish proper boundaries without looking like there is still unforgiveness.
---aka on 8/5/12


I would appreciate prayer concerning my current volunteer work. I spend three afternoons a week at an agency that offers free services to people in early recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. We offer employment and resume workshops, as well as health workshops for men and women, and other services for specific groups of people.

I am currently putting together a proposal to present to the board. I would like to offer GED test preparation classes. I spent a year teaching it in an adult education program. Many people in early recovery can't get jobs because they are high school drop-outs.

Please pray that my mind stay clear, and I am able to put this together before the next board meeting.
---Trish on 8/6/12


Trish, I wanted to thank you and Darline for keeping this perticular blogs from disappearing. I enjoy them very much, because I get to read what people are going through in life, and I can add those with needs with my prayers. Don't let one person get to you. I know its hard to ignore many times, but so long as your heart is right with God, do not worry about what others think. You do have a lot of disabilities, just like many others who are sort of breaking down with age. It is normal for us to breakdown, so long as its a little at a time. Love all of your post, peace and blessings to you, Darline and many others.
---Mark_V. on 8/6/12


aka: I'm sorry I have been contentious with you. For the past week, I have stopped posting on the argumentative blogs as much as possible.

I empathize with being limited in being able to get out and about. I've had solid months where I was a shut-in, except for doctor appointments.

Do you mind if I ask how old your kids are? My kids are all grown, and live far away. Two are married. One is struggling with an addiction to drugs and alcohol. My daughter, who is married, has three children and lives 12 hours away. I know how precious my kids are to me. I'm sure yours are to you as well.

God bless.
---Trish on 8/5/12


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thanks, everybody for making me feel better about things!

i hang out on cnet because getting out is difficult for me logistically and financially.

i am sorry...if i had the resources not to be here, i wouldn't be. i know where i would be and God does too. it wouldn't be arguing the silliest points with the silliest people. some of your car payments are much more than my discretionary income and i have three children.

at first, i learned a lot here because i was forced to dig into scripture. lately, i have really nothing to add and all the responses are starting to sound like charlie brown's teacher, "wah wah wah waaaaooh!" i think paul says clanging symbols.

Again, thank you.
---aka on 8/5/12


I have been a happy Honda owner since 1996, when we bought our Odyssey. Since 2000, I have owned two Civics. My first one would still be running if I hadn't totaled it. I've known that Hondas are assembled in the U.S. for a very long time. I love the mileage I am getting.
---Trish on 8/5/12


aka, Yes right here in Windsor Ontario,at least assembled here,(I can't help it if it resembles a Bentley) of course parts come from all over , we have a Honda plant here as well!Huge GM and Ford plants.
Some others as well. We lose much to foreign trade but we need to keep as many jobs as we can right here.
Canada is America's largest trading partner!
The Chrysler 200s are made just across the river in Detroit!
---1st_cliff on 8/5/12


1st Cliff, as far as being made in America: Most parts on the "American cars" are actually made overseas. Very little of them are actually made in the U.S. I saw a recent documentary showing that Toyotas and Hondas in the U.S. were actually more American-made than Chrysler or GM. Many "imports" are actually not imports, they are actually made at factories right here in the U.S. owned by companies overseas.
---Jed on 8/5/12


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cliff, by 'here' do you mean Canada? i don't think you mean Mexico, where the engine is made. the 200 is built in the US.
---aka on 8/5/12


Enjoy your imports,guys but I'll stack my Chrysler 300 up against any import for style, perfomance,comfort and economy and be happy that it's made right here!
(BTW I'm not trying to start a controversy)
---1st_cliff on 8/5/12


My prayers are with both Darlene1 and Trish. God bless you both.
---kathr4453 on 8/5/12


Kathr, congratulations on the new Audi. Good selection. That's a very impressive car and it sounds like it will work well for you. I don't really pay attention to how useable the back seat is since I work so much and usually travel alone. Most of my vehicles are actually two seaters and don't even have a back seat. My wife drives a Hummer H2 so that is our family vehicle when we go out together. I have not had a chance to enjoy my new Jag yet as it has not yet arrived. It is being imported due to it's custom specifications.
---Jed on 8/4/12


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Kathr: Congratulations. Your car sounds wonderful. I hope you enjoy in safety and good health.

KarenD: You truly are deluded. For one thing, I do not think I run anything. I don't know who started the What's Up blog. I just always saw it as a safe place of zero conflict or controversy.

As for my illnesses, I am on Disability for a myriad of illnesses, and give God all the glory for His provision of excellent medical care. Absolutely none of my illnesses is made up. I do not lie. To keep accusing me falsely is ridiculous. Why don't you just ignore my posts. As it is, I hadn't posted on the What's Up July blog in weeks till just this week, and if I am not mistaken, it was a praise for the biopsy results were normal.
---Trish on 8/4/12


Qatar is on Arabian Gulf. I am domestic.. better pay more freedom.
---Hamid on 8/4/12


Trish thanks for the prayers. I got the appointment for August 22, 8:30AM to have all 16 teeth out at one time. I'm very happy I will be put to sleep and when its done the doctor will give me a pain shot he said is stronger than morphine,so I won't hurt for a while. It will be six weeks before I can get my false teeth.Through it all I know God is with me. Mary thank you,yes I'm getting plenty of rest,my prayers are with you. Trish you know I am praying for you. Blessings all.
---Darlene_1 on 8/4/12


It is up to the Mods to censor me, or block me if my posts do not meet their liking. Complain to them if I violate one of the rules, which I do not believe I have.
---Trish on 8/4/12

as per normal, you addressed something that i did not even say. you asked me to .... and then i asked you to ....and, as per normal, you place a different standard on me that you want for yourself. i can post when and where i want based on the discretion of the mods.

Darlene, that simply is not true.
---aka on 8/4/12


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aka and Kathr....I stopped posting on these blogs a few weeks ago because I got tired of Trish running them. She seems to think the monthly "What's up" blog is her personal one. I still think she is a monitor who makes up all the illnesses and complaints to bring more conversations.
---KarenD on 8/4/12


Kathr: As I asked Aka, could we please keep this blog question free of political discussions. The regular posters on this blog try to keep the discussion to prayer and praise items.
---Trish on 8/4/12

Trish, I was praising Jed.

Actually I just purchased an Audi A8 with more useable back seat and better cabin electronics. The A8 costs around $4,300 more than Jed's car, and trumps the XJ with better interior tech, standard all-wheel drive and equally-enjoyable driving dynamics. The A8 also gets better gas mileage than many competing super luxury cars.
---kathr4453 on 8/4/12


aka: I am sorry if I have offended you by my simple request. I honestly did not see it as a joke, but as a continuation of the blog on the President's comments on success. I did not mean to offend you.

As for my posting on Christianet, there are many people who post here from many different points of view on faith and political persuasion. It is up to the Mods to censor me, or block me if my posts do not meet their liking. Complain to them if I violate one of the rules, which I do not believe I have.
---Trish on 8/4/12


aka the "What's Up" Blog was started as a means for us on here who care about each other and the other persons family and life to keep up-to-date with their life and them and know when we need to pray or rejoice with them. The prayer grew out of loving our Brothers and Sisters-in-Christ and their families. Who gives a flip about dynamic frankly we care about people,The Bible says pray you for one another and so fulfill the Law of Love. We line up with the Bible very nicely on here. Current affairs in the news and the Country should have their own site. Jed I am glad for you,enjoy your new car. Blessings all.
---Darlene_1 on 8/4/12


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trish,

I come here to be real unlike what you have to be at church with other "christians". my comment to Jed had nothing to do with politics. it was a joke. can you keep your sanctimonious religiosity off of CNET?

when it comes to my relationship with the Father, I come boldly as I am as messed up as I am. that is why i like this sight.

btw - this "what's up" blog was hijacked by about three or four people who turned it into what church has been turned into by the spirit of like those three people. it used to be a blog that was a lot more dynamic than just a "pray for me" blog. why don't you start one for that?
---aka on 8/4/12


hamid,

hello...why is that?
---aka on 8/4/12


Kathr: As I asked Aka, could we please keep this blog question free of political discussions. The regular posters on this blog try to keep the discussion to prayer and praise items.
---Trish on 8/4/12


Hi Hamid, glad you're enjoying your work in Qatar, where is that by the way? What do you do there? Anyway God bless, Mary :)
---Mary on 8/4/12


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Kathr, please respect the poster's wishes and keep politics off this blog. I don't know why you always have to be on the attack. Can you not just be happy for someone?
---Jed on 8/4/12


Enjoying work in Qatar. Better place to work than Pakistan.
---Hamid on 8/3/12


Jed, I guess liberals on welfare are doing quite well these days. Congratulations!
---kathr4453 on 8/3/12


Jed: Congratulations and Happy Birthday. I hope you have many miles of driving pleasure with your new car.


aka: Can we please keep politics off this one blog? Most of us come here to celebrate and pray for one another. There are plenty of blogs for political arguing.
---Trish on 8/3/12


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Jed, A new Jag??? Wow!
I bought a Rolls Kinardly.
(rolls down one hill and kinardly get up the next!
---1st_cliff on 8/3/12

Lol. I will have to remember that one.
---Jed on 8/3/12


Jed, A new Jag??? Wow!
I bought a Rolls Kinardly.
(rolls down one hill and kinardly get up the next!
---1st_cliff on 8/3/12


Jed , it was not your success that bought you that car. it was the success of others that cannot afford a car like that. therefore, you just bought yourself a Jaguar and got higher taxes.
---aka on 8/3/12


Congratulations Jed, drive safe and enjoy! :)
---Mary on 8/3/12


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I bought myself a new Jaguar yesterday as a birthday present so I am grateful to be able to do that without breaking the piggy bank. I will really enjoy it.
---Jed on 8/3/12


Great to read this blog - I pray you shall be blessed more and more as you help people and share Jesus
---Fleur on 8/2/12


I am very grateful lately. I started volunteering at an agency that helps addicts and alcoholics in early recovery, and I'm already developing friendships with people interested in attending a Bible study, and possibly church.

Next week I start volunteering at my church's food bank ministry, at a church close to where I live. My church is about 20 minutes from where I live, and we've had one there for many years. Now, we have a second one about 10 minutes from me, in the same town I am in. I hope to be there every week, as I am only scheduled once a month, but want to get to know the clients.

Also, please pray for me concerning a resume I sent for a part time job. I would love this one, and could sure use the money.
---Trish on 8/1/12


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