Be Still and Know He is God!

Hurry, Hurry, scurry, worry! That is what we as christians do through out our day.
We rush around trying to get things done in a timely manner. - We think that we need to get things done faster and faster each day that we go to work, school, or even in our daily lives. That could work out; but We also could stress ourselves out to the point that we collapse and that is not a good thing.

A very clean joke

This is one of the best clean jokes we have seen in a while!

Jesus and Satan were having an on-going argument about who was better on the computer. They had been going at it for days, and frankly God was
tired of hearing all the bickering.

Finally fed up, God said, ‘THAT’S IT! I have had enough. I am going to set up a test that will run for two hours, and from those results, I will
judge who does the better job.’

So Satan and Jesus sat down at the keyboards and typed away.

They moused.

They faxed.

They e-mailed.

Little is Much

As we walk amongst the city streets, we observe lots of people who all have different lifestyles. Some may possess riches while others might be poor.

Sometimes, even those with the highest values and standards have to consider their sins, and small things within their lives.

The saying, “Little is much,” means a lot to God. The woman who had all she had didn’t think at all about the things she gave. – For she gave everything.

The Bird in the Window

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For Kristen Johnson, who recommended that I take on this project.

To Christopher Gilland, whose editing gave me a new lease on this very profound journey.

I Thought my Mother was Insane

Don’t be turned off by the title of this story. It’s not meant as an insult. Actually quite the opposite. Read on to find out more. This is a true story,
by the way.

I generally did not like going to the circus because everything was so visual but when I was in seventh grade we were going to be meeting a sighted friend
there so we went. Too many people so we did not find each other, but, it still turned out to be an interesting day.

Don’t forget to say the blessing

Okay kids, Mom’s got dinner ready. Come down and set the table, please.

Yay! Let’s eat!

Wait a second. We’ve got to say grace.

Wait, Just Be Held.

Sitting, and waiting; how many times have we done this through out our lives

More then we really wish to; I am sure you must be thinking “waiting is a chore, but why do we end up doing this?”

There are many factors through out life that could cause us to have to stop, and wait; Waiting can be frustrating to say the least.

When we have to wait for things we just want things to go faster so we can get on in our lives; But there are times when waiting is all we can do.

God’s Waiting room

Stopping when hearing the sounds of a siren that is coming closer to where you live can be frightening.
Not knowing what kind of accident may have occurred; Or weather the Police are on their way to break up a confrontation; or Weather they are going to go
and arrest someone for a crime they have committed can be very frustrating.
The waiting and wondering could that have been me is also something that cross’s everyone’s minds at certain times in our lives as well.

Chasing Waters

“The beginning of strife is like letting out water. So abandon the quarrel before it breaks out.” Proverbs 17:14

A good day to you! to you! Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone in your workplace and in your particular industry spoke kindly, courteously, respectfully,
and selflessly? Unfortunately, that’s a pipe dream. It is even more unfortunate when we (you and I) are the ones who do not speak kindly or in a Christ-like
way to those with whom we intersect on a daily basis in our work environments.


Jody was a high school senior when her life changed forever. She was an above average student. She took part in several clubs and charity groups. At home
she was required to help around the house.

Jody’s parents agreed to have an exchange student live with them. That’s when things changed. Flora was from France and she had attended the finest schools.
Flora could fix fancy meals, make her own clothes, and fit in well at any social situation.


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