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Daily Devotion
Why Do The Wicked Prosper
Date: Monday, June 01, 2015 Chapters: Job 20-23 Message Title: Why Do The Wicked Prosper Hello My Friend, Faithful Christians love living their lives with Christ in it, no matter what they are facing, they still do their best to walk with Jesus and live their lives by His example. So, what happens when we keep doing everything right, but seem to always suffer while others, even unfaithful Christians, seem to get away with everything. There comes a time that every faithful Christian wonders why it seems as though those living in sin prosper when they have to work so hard to get a fraction of what they have. When it seems God will never give us a break from all the suffering, that is when we need to remember God's promise. “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree... (more)

Here and There

It comes out as a jolt, that suddenly makes everything appear as it really is. The beautiful veil of daydream and imagination dissipates in a snap. It is so difficult to have no clear goal in mind, you end up traversing or rather tiptoeing on so many different possible paths to no avail and then you end up feeling more lost than when you first came and then hurt as if life owed you and took something you think you should have when you clearly do not. Life does not ever owe anyone anything.. But I believe I owe it to myself to go beyond the hurt and see life as a mirror, a reflective presence of quality and essence of being rather than a world of favors and favorites. I need to stop the comparison and the feeling that I am owed anything in this life. I would like to just focus on this minute in which I am in, and then be grateful for it. That I get to think and reflect, that I get to have a chance to choose to live a better life, to be a better person who finally decides to... (more)

Truth in Love
Beam Me Up, Spock
Link: THE NEW MENTAL BATTLEFIELD 'Beam Me Up, Spock' Author: Lt. Col. John B. Alexander Source: Military Review, VOLUME LX DECEMBER 1980 NO 12, from ICOMW Website MILITARY REVIEW is published monthly in English and Spanish and quarterly in Portuguese. Use of funds for printing this publication approved by Headquarters, Department of the Army, 25 April 1980. Controlled circulation postage paid at Leavenworth, KS 66048 and Kansas City, MO 64106. English-language subscriptions: $12.00 per year US and APO/FPO;$14.00 foreign. Single copies $1.50 US and APO-FPO; $1.75 foreign. Address all mail to Military Review, USACGSC, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027. Telephone (913) 684-5642 or AUTOVON 552-5642. Unless otherwise stated, the views herein are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of the Department of Defense or any element thereof. Basis of official... (more)

Argh Not The Pony
Lads on (east to west) tour
So the last few days at uni were so nice and now I'm home! On Thursday me and Nour went for brunch at Stories and it was sooo nice, there was the cutest dog there omg and we chilled and had such sick food omg the vegetarian sausages were so sick and it was just nice, service was p shit but everything else was gr9, love our brunch tradition tbh We walked back and sat in the garden with tea and our kindles like old women and that was bare chill then we went to meet Mary, Rebecca, Ellie and Camilla at Victoria Park and we sat at the Pavilion for a while which was nice until it got cold and then we went and chilled in the pub across the road, which was called the Crown and had sofas and tea and was a lovely place We went back home for a couple of hours and then out for predrinks - we met Louisa at Aldgate East and went to Rebecca, Mary and Ellie's flat which was tiny - too tiny for me to be happy with but nice, decor-wise - and Sam was there too, and Kathrine and Camilla came later,... (more)

you never loose with faith
This is what the LORD says: “Cursed is the one who trusts in man, who draws strength from mere flesh and whose heart turns away from the LORD. That person will be like a bush in the wastelands; they will not see prosperity when it comes. They will dwell in the parched places of the desert, in a salt land where no one lives. “But blessed is the one who trusts in the LORD, whose confidence is in him.” — Jeremiah 17:5–7 People can choose to put their faith in humanity. Moreover, people can indeed achieve the results they were looking for. Doctors cured loved ones, friends got them a new job. However, these people will miss the truth that it was God who did these great things for them and that those people involved in helping them were merely God’s messengers. They might have gotten what they wanted, but Jeremiah says: “Cursed is the one who trusts in man, who draws strength from mere flesh . . .” Ultimately, these people have won the... (more)

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