Posts Tagged "God"


Rest is Courage?

Rest is Courage?


Posted By on Feb 5, 2021

It seems lately REST, is the Law of Health I’ve been rather fixated on. This time yet another aspect of that law came up for me. You know how many people find “one word” to focus on for an entire year to improve their lives? Well my word for this year, after seeking God on it, is “courage”. After doing a search for scripture references on it, I found that it is God’s rest that is our courage. Before...

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Christmas 2020

Christmas 2020


Posted By on Dec 24, 2020

It sure has been a challenging year hasn’t it? I’m certain I’d not want to repeat it, but tremendous blessings have come out of it in SO many ways. Christmas 2020… Shadrach with his Christmas toy Growing closer to God. Realizing the most important things in life are relationships – especially with Him. Being grateful for things like toilet paper lol. For BEING well. And truly being grateful to live and be...

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Loving God’s Creation

Loving God’s Creation


Posted By on Feb 3, 2019

These are two short stories I shared on Facebook with my photos of two things: a sunrise and a plant I love. God is sure teaching me through His creation. I mean He always has, but WOW I just see things clearer and clearer. I LOVE God’s creation! It helps if I don’t look at the mess we’ve made but only at the beauty of what HE has done! Story #1 I love sunrise. My grandmother taught me to appreciate it – she...

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~^~by David Stewart, PhD Essential oils are composed of numerous chemical compounds, numbering from a few dozen to several hundred in a single species. Thus far, chemists have not fully analyzed even one species of essential oil. Scientists do not know the complete compositions of even the most popular oils, such as Lavender, Frankincense, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, or Peppermint. For example, lavender contains at least 200 identified...

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My Hero Dog

My Hero Dog


Posted By on Oct 13, 2008

by Dr. Kim Bloomer My dog’s name is Shadrach. Shadrach the Neo Mastiff. Nearly nine years ago, in December of 1999, Shadrach came home to live with us. But the circumstances surrounding his coming to live with us were very sad. Our family had lost one of my most favorite cousins – a young mother with two young children and a husband, to a still unsolved murder. Our family had gathered in sorrow to mourn her death. During...

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