I found out that the atheist the unbelievers of God have their holiday & it's April 1st. Psa.14 v 1.
---Lawrence on 5/2/10|
Darline, great, I am so happy for you and her. We will keep praying for full recovery. Here is when we give thanks to our Lord. It is His will for her. again blessings,
---MarkV. on 4/30/10|
MarkV my daughter came through the surgery just fine. They did have to move the nerve over but it wasn't a big procedure. Thank you for your prayers and anyone else who prayed for my daughter and me. Since they had to move the nerve she will be in a splint wrapped from upper arm to middle of the hand with elastic bandage for two weeks. I think the doctor expects a good recovery. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 4/29/10|
You are on Darline, I will pray for her and for you. Today's prayers for tomorrow. God is good and wonderful, I'm sure many others will also pray that do not answer that it be God's will that all things concerning surgery come out ok, blessings your way,
---MarkV. on 4/27/10|
Please pray for my daughter. Over a year ago she fell and splintered her arm. The doctor had to put a plate from her elbow to her wrist to get it all back together. Now Wednesday Morning 7 AM Central Daylight Time they will operate again and take the plate out. Pray they don't have to reroute a nerve since her hand is going dead/numb they said they may have to. Taking the plate out will take three hours but doing the other too would be much longer. I also need prayer for my husbands niece,she is having a pacemaker put in the afternoon of the same day.
---Darlene_1 on 4/27/10|
Trish,I am praying for you,your recovery and healing,every day. I hope that procedure will work for you that would be wonderful. I can relate to anyone having back pain,as you probably know,I've had to deal with it for 15 years going on 16. No help for me but surgery though since there are metal objects doctors put in my back in previous surgery touching nerves. The surgery for me holds the danger of damaging the nerves,at least I can still walk now. God be with you in every way. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
---Darlene_1 on 4/23/10|
Greetings. I have not been here in a while. I have been nursing my back. I had a rhizotomy done a few weeks ago, and have to have the second one done today. This procedure burns the nerves in my back that are causing me pain. Hopefully, by the time they grow back, I will have corrected my back by having done physical therapy. I have also developed a case of phlebitis in my leg, where they had to do an ultrasound to check for clots. My doc knows my family history, and is very gentle with me, yet firm enough to know what to do, and when to do it.
Not sure how much I will be on in the next few days.
---Trish9863 on 4/23/10|
My friend, G-d willing, you have at least 30 good years ahead of you!
Read what they said to David in his old age and he had doubt about how useful he was.
---John on 4/22/10|
John, thanks for your quotes. I believe a person needs to have a passion to learn. I have the passion, but I'm 64 and lot's of my old friends are not doing good who are around my age. So I keep looking at the clock, I know I shouldn't.
I have planted tomatoes already, one of the plants already has a few small ones, and have four more plants of different kinds growing from seeds. This time I also have one growing upside down to see how that comes out. I saw that on TV and though of doing that. But it has been raining so much here. I hope they don't drown on me. I planted two Myer lemon trees last year and they are about four feet high. I planted peppers, serrano's hot.
---MarkV. on 4/22/10|
MarkV, I believe you have learned much since you became a Christian and have taught many here and likely around your neighbors.
Our time on this Earth is strictly a decision of G-d. No one else.
---John on 4/20/10|
MarkV, thanks for sharing. I am excited for you, and I'll be praying for your trip.
---Rod4Him on 4/20/10|
Rod4him, I have thought of what you said but have never done it. I will write it down and pray on it. I always thought about going but never thought about writing for it and praying for it. I just assume I could never do it. Maybe I still can. I need to hurry because the clock is running out.
Actually that is one thing I do think of, time running out on me. I am not afraid to die, but I sure wish I had learned so much more about Christ then what I know now. I just came to the Lord a little late and missed out on so much I could have learned.
I will do as you say, leave it to God.
---MarkV. on 4/20/10|
I'll tell you wha's up! Too many devils to deal with! Those who do the least complains the most!
---catherine on 4/20/10|
Mary that is such wonderful news. Marriage is beginning a new family clan and is so special and yes God is so good to his children. May your lives be rich in the love of the Lord and may God be with you and guide you both.
---Darlene_1 on 4/19/10|
MarkV and John, concerning a trip to Israel. Let me suggest that you write down this goal of going there, and then pray about it. For a tour, it's about $2,500 to $4,000 depending on how long and accomodations.
You'll never be sorry. The trip does make some situations and stories come more alive.
We in America have very little, if any, old archeaological finds. To see things several thousand years old is fascinatiing.
Again, as a suggestion, literally "write down" the goal of going, and see what God will do.
You have not because you ask not. :)
---Rod4Him on 4/19/10|
Me too MarkV, I wish I had the time and money to see The Holy land.
Are you growing organic Tomatoes?
---John on 4/19/10|
Mary, I want to wish you the very best with your hubby. Place your trust in Christ for all things. I'm sure everyone is happy for you. Blessings.
Darline, keep the blogs going every month. It gives others a chance to know about each other. As Eloy, I started my tomatoes and other plants already. The weather is getting better here in Northern California.
John, I wish I had the time and money to go see the scrolls. just like I wish one day I would go to Israel. Just not possible now. To touch the ground that Jesus walked kind of connects us closer in our minds.
---MarkV. on 4/19/10|
I'm soooo happy! :) I just married my soulmate yesterday! :) God is sooooo good and gracious!
---Mary on 4/17/10|
John, the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit would be interesting to see.
---ger.toshav on 4/8/10
Its at The Science Museum of Minnesota
The exhibition offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness The Dead Sea Scrolls.
It is a compilation of all the scrolls from Private collections, British Museum and of course Israel.
It will likely be the last time to see them all together.
Israel does not want them out of the country, since they were taken from Jordan during the war. Jordan wants them back and may in fact seize them in international territories.
---John on 4/8/10|
John, the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit would be interesting to see.
---ger.toshav on 4/8/10|
Has anyone been to the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in Minnesota. I was wondering if it was worth visiting.
I heard it will be the last time to see all the scrolls together.
---John on 4/7/10|
Wonderful weather here in the Arizona desert. Coldest winter for many years, but spring is here. Praise the Lord! Revival is here with a woman healed of arthritis and several saved. Praise the Lord! When you teach Jesus and only Jesus and what HE did on the cross for us, God moves mightily! Get rid of all those doctrines being preached on television and get back to your first love....JESUS!!!!!
---KarenD on 4/6/10|
tom2, I'm in eastern Pennsylvania and we've had the same weather as you folks...three blizzards and now the weather is going to be 80 degrees today and almost 90 tomorrow. Too hot too soon, huh?
It's going back down to 59 this weekend, can't wait..lol.
Doing good so far this month. Had a lovely Easter dinner with mom and friends. Being blessed tremendously by God Our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ and Holy Spirit. God is wonderful, amen?
---Donna on 4/6/10|
This is my first year to have some plants growing outside since I was a teen. What a joy it is to see the Narcissus triandrus 'Ice wings' blooming, indeed the lily of the valley. And I spotted a large bumble bee flying around them. They are so cool looking, I think I should plant more of them. I have not had much success with growing mint yet, the ants seem to like to eat them up before they have a chance to get started, so I'll have to try them again for the third time.
---Eloy on 4/5/10|
We're getting a new kitten this month. Our 21-year-old cat went to be with the Lord in January...
---ger.toshav on 4/5/10|
feb was the coldest snowest on record here for western pa,and april seems to be the hottest,mid to upper 80s everyday so far.
---tom2 on 4/5/10|