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from Father Mike Stubbs March 7, 2008

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God will listen to our prayers as long as we ask for justice.  God will vindicate the rights of the weak and powerless in our world just as the dishonest judge does for the widow in the Gospel parable.

God doesn’t issue blank checks . . .there are limits. . .we should persevere in our petitions. . .we can be confident that God will hear our prayer.

 

Important

Filed under: Dates to remember — alwayswithme @ 4:27 pm

06-07-03 – Mom C. had stroke

05-11-04 – Greg’s wreck

05-21-04 – Steve left home

05-23-04 – Dan graduated

06-07-04 – Greg bought Red Ranger 4×4

06-30-04 – Grandma Booe’s funeral

05-05-07 – Rob’s 1st communion

12-23-07 – Marriage blessed

04-20-08 – Tyler moved to Colorado Springs

05-26-08 – Tyler got married

08-11-08 – Matt bought a house

 

Mutual Fund Store recommendation

Filed under: DS, The Older — alwayswithme @ 4:14 pm

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www.smart401K.com to figure out allocation

 

Control March 6, 2008

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Church – great comfort in the ritual of it.

Life becomes so much easier when we give up the idea that we are in control.  Remember, God is the teacher, we are His students.  Once  begin to humbly pray we become more prone to listen to the Holy Spirit and know what we are to do.

 

Keratosis Pilaris

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Dermadoctor KP Duty Body Scrub and Moisturizer

 

Cheek Color

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Revlon Cream Blush in Rosy Glow

Stila Convertible Color in Peony

 

More

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Today I will bloom where I am planted

Inner righteousness is a gift from God to be graiously received.  The needed change within us is God’s work, not ours.

We choose, God changes.

I look at him and he looks at me (Cure of Ars)

When teaching our children how to behave ask, “Is it possible? then ask Is it appropriate?”

When discipline our children say “If this . . .then that”

Building a satisfying and meaninful life is one of the most important things we can do.

There is a quiet power in realizing that depending on others gives one strength.  (Mary Jane Flaser )