I’m not ashamed!

I’m Not ASHAMED!

I want to say something about the spirituality debate. You don’t believe in God? That’s ok, but why is it so important for many of you to mock those of us that do? If we’re wrong, what have we lost when we die? Nothing! How does our faith in Jesus Christ bring you any harm? You think it makes me stupid? Gullible? Ignorant? That’s ok too. How does that affect you? If you’re wrong your consequence is far worse. I would rather live my life believing in God and serving Him, and find out I was right, than not believe in Him and not serve Him, and find out I was wrong. Then it’s too late.

Ain’t no shame in my game! I believe in Jesus Christ. He said deny me in front of your friends & I will deny you in front of my Father.

Stand firm in our faith! Never give up!

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Water heater and Bees

So our water heater choose this week to developer a hole in its side. We bought a new one, I said I’d just put it in. Now being 70 and not in the greatest health, that was a brave statement I realize now. Our water heater closet is gotten to by a door on the… Continue reading Water heater and Bees

Encouragement???

Are you an encourager or a discourager? Often when we have a stroke or other situation that may change who we have been all our lives, we struggle with those changes. Trying to find ourselves again. We have lost who we were, often in the blink of an eye. Through no fault of our own,… Continue reading Encouragement???

The invisible people What happens when we aren’t in the public’s eye any longer? Have you ever noticed or been a recipient of the “ invisible person syndrome”? Did you retire, or are you in bad health suddenly? There are many reasons why we become invisible. But the facts remain we are. We can’t always make the meetings or church. But we are still here. Maybe we need some help with things we can’t do anymore. Maybe we just need encouraged occasionally. Especially as friends or family begin to die off. Our own vulnerabilities become obvious . Please don’t think that our children are taking care of us because they have lives too and don’t always realize we aren’t the same person anymore. Please don’t just think we are ok, check on us once in awhile. We did not always choose to become invisible.

via The invisible people What happens when we aren’t in the public’s eye any longer? Have you ever noticed or been a recipient of the “ invisible person syndrome”? Did you retire, or are you in bad health suddenly? There are many reasons why we become invisible. But the facts remain we are. We can’t always make the meetings or church. But we are still here. Maybe we need some help with things we can’t do anymore. Maybe we just need encouraged occasionally. Especially as friends or family begin to die off. Our own vulnerabilities become obvious . Please don’t think that our children are taking care of us because they have lives too and don’t always realize we aren’t the same person anymore. Please don’t just think we are ok, check on us once in awhile. We did not always choose to become invisible.

The invisible people What happens when we aren’t in the public’s eye any longer? Have you ever noticed or been a recipient of the “ invisible person syndrome”? Did you retire, or are you in bad health suddenly? There are many reasons why we become invisible. But the facts remain we are. We can’t always make the meetings or church. But we are still here. Maybe we need some help with things we can’t do anymore. Maybe we just need encouraged occasionally. Especially as friends or family begin to die off. Our own vulnerabilities become obvious . Please don’t think that our children are taking care of us because they have lives too and don’t always realize we aren’t the same person anymore. Please don’t just think we are ok, check on us once in awhile. We did not always choose to become invisible.