If there is anguish in a heart And you don’t care, Someday you’ll have to answer Over There.
You may think you’re in the right, But ask the Lord before you fight For compassion also matters Over There
In the Bible there is scripture That reminds us to forgive; And if you want to
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Is it possible in times of great stress for a telepathic message to pass between loved ones even though they are a great distance apart? Can a person somehow let us know they have crossed over even though we are far from them when they die? Is it possible for someone to foretell his
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Because we can’t visit anymore
With loved ones who go on before,
An empty place dwells in our hearts,
Never to be filled when they depart.
It makes our sadness hard to bear
To know there are things we’ll no more share,
And to think of things we cannot say
To that dear one
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We were grandmothers together to two of the nicest grandkids anybody ever had. It makes great comedy on television for the two grandmothers to engage in rivalry, but that never happened with us. We both babysat—sometimes on the same day—passing those wonderful children between us with her sometimes coming to get them from me
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If someone is so cranky
That you don’t know how to feel,
Think about their troubles
That could be very real.
You may think someone so crotchety
Delights in being mean,
But the hardship that provokes them
May be something that’s unseen.
If you answer crossness mildly
And demonstrate you care,
You may soon
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To all my friends: Read all the way to the bottom!
If you will take the time to read these. I promise you’ll come away with an enlightened perspective. The subjects covered affect us all on a daily basis!
They’re written by Andy Rooney a man who has the gift of saying so much
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“I just thought you’d like to see,” he said, “what angels wear on their feet. Just out of curiosity. I’m not trying to prove anything, by the way. I’m a scientist and I know what constitutes proof. But the reason I call myself by my childhood name is to remind myself that a scientist
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One Sunday, the Minister was giving a sermon on baptism and in the coarse of his sermon he was illustrating the fact that baptism should take place by sprinkling and not by immersion.
He pointed out some instances in the Bible.
He said that when John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the River Jordan,
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Don’t skip over this this because it looks weird. Believe it or not you can read it.
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I grew up on a cotton farm and by the age of four or five I was ready to help out with some of the farming duties. The day arrived when I was to go to the field and “chop” cotton along with my mother and sister. Now I had heard about chopping cotton
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