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Wasted a day

Hi love.

Yeah well the title gives a way a lot, doesn’t it?

My mom and my baby sister moved a few days ago today a locksmith had to come and change their locks but because they had to go to work/school, they asked me if a could come and stay here so someone can open the door and whatnot. 117 more words

All O

Like it Was, Like it Is

“… although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were they thankful…”   (Romans 1:21)

In the first chapter of Paul’s letter to the believers in Rome he gives a resume of the fall of the human race.  254 more words



For where you have envy and selfish ambition, there you find disorder and every evil practice. James 3:16 284 more words



Thanksgiving has a unique history. It’s the only American holiday which is political in origin but religious in expression. A civil thanksgiving feast originated with the Pil­grims in 1621. 400 more words

Should compassion come with a gratitude test?

Giving thanks is a funny thing. We notice when gratitude is missing in others, but not when it’s missing in ourselves. Maybe it’s because we judge ourselves by our motives, but we judge others only by their completed actions. 293 more words

How to be Grateful...(when you don't want to)

The question I had to ask myself was, “what in the world has happened to you?” The past two years has been nothing short of a real smack-down of sobrietal reality. 700 more words

Faith And Christianity

DayBreaks for 11/05/15 - An Ungrateful Heart

DayBreaks for 11/04/15: An Ungrateful Heart

From the DayBreaks archive, 11/03/05:

From Bizarre News, 9/28/05: “Randall Dale Adams was convicted of murder in 1977.  Ten years later, filmmaker Errol Morris made a film about the Adams case and as he did, he became convinced that Adams was innocent.  477 more words