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antecedent
walking
yesterdayi was walking down the road taking photographs.kids were playing in the road and as i approached thema little boy, maybe about four years old excitedly waved to me while offering up a very warm greeting. i was touched.i returned the hello and kept walking.he ran towards me and exclaimed that he could ride his bikewithout training wheels. i told him that was an excellent job.he asked if i would like to see."sure". so i stopped and waited while he began to show me.he had a small bit of trouble getting going but once he was on, he had the hang of it. he was right. he could ride his bike without training wheels.and i was so proud of him. (07-21-2014)

preacher314
children's games
Read Matthew 11:7-15. From the days of John the Baptist until now the Kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force. Matthew 11:12 Kids can be cruel-so can reindeer. It always bothered me as a kid when we got to that part about "all of the other reindeer used to laugh and call him names. They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games." Children love to play games, especially when they can make up the rules. That's the kind of world Jesus Christ lived in and the kind of world we live in. The Jewish leaders were like children. They didn't like the way John the Baptist was so strong and fiery. When he ate locusts and wild honey and abstained from drinking wine it made them look bad. But they didn't like what Jesus was doing either. That was because He was preaching the Good News. He was also feasting, drinking, and celebrating with sinners who came to repentance-sinners they had pushed away. But Jesus wasn't going to play their game. He... (more)

Arrion 1314 love
La photographi
e de mariage technique de tir

La photographie de mariage technique de tir - maquilleur En fait, professionnellement parlant,robe courte pour mariage la photographie de mariage technique de tir est principalement et d'angle, photographe.Un petit peu de compétences, de l'expérience de la photographie de mariage vous permet de plus parfait.Le visage de la fiancée de gros sont généralement plus rond, comment rendre un visage de petite taille, ou que la technologie de maquillage.Le maquilleur bien grace à la combinaison de l'ombre et de modélisation, et que tu es petit visage.De manière générale l'ombre avec la lumière peut accentuer le sentiment de contours et le contour du visage.Coiffe de moulage lors de l'utilisation, des boucles d'oreilles et autres articles permet également de fonction de transfert de la concentration visuelle.Transformer un visage plus grand pas si évident. Technique de tir, les yeux de la photographie de mariage Comme on dit, "les yeux sont la fenêtre de l'ame", la... (more)

KathaPantas
crimes
CRIMES Erle Frayne Argonza / Ra The still calm of the morning Is as deafening as stories About crimes Printed in the dailies Broadcast on radio Crime has become the cheapest Merchandise Flaunted by its own law Of supply and demand Its price roughshodly lowered By abundance More abundant Than mangoes and guavas They need not be bought at all So much that even the harmless streets Of recluse villages Become zoos Littered with Salvaged Bodies [Writ. 29 May 1991, Cubao, Quezon City, M.Manila] REFLECTION The causality of crimes is a tough science, and I do recall during my collegiate years as a sociology student the exciting yet tough readings on criminality and deviance. What I learned from modern sociology is the law that social context determines consciouness (ideas, thought, values, philosophy). Thoughts about crimes, and the actual occurrences of crimes, are therefore products of the... (more)

Truth in Love
faith
Link: about.me/gideonsword Faith Author: William MacDonald Source: Sermon Index "There can be no true discipleship without profound and unquestioning faith in the living God. He who would do exploits for God must first trust Him implicitly. “All God’s giants have been weak men who did great things for God because they reckoned on God being with them.” -- Hudson Taylor Now true faith is always based upon some promise of God, some portion of His Word. This is important. The believer first reads or hears some promise of the Lord. The Holy Spirit takes that promise and applies it to his heart and conscience in a very personal way. The Christian becomes aware that God has spoken to him directly. With utter confidence in the trustworthiness of the One Who has promised, he reckons the promise as sure as if it were already fulfilled, even though, humanly speaking, it is impossible. Or perhaps it... (more)




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