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What We Do is Who We Are

The following was first delivered as a sermon at the Congregational Church in Exeter on August 30, 2015.

James 1:17-27
1:17 Every generous act of giving, with every perfect gift, is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change. 1,706 more words


Message in a bottle - reblogged

Found this great share on Michael’s blog.  Really enjoyed it! Thanks Michael.

You can view the original here:  Message in a bottle/yadadarcyyada


Sarah's Attic of Treasures reblogged this on Sarah's Attic Of Treasures and commented:

beach-message-in-a-bottle-HDSharing this very special and interesting post. Thanks to Old Dog In The Land Of Bloz for sharing Michael's Post. I would have missed it otherwise. Original post is from Yadadarcyyada. : Message in a Bottlehttp://yadadarcyyada.com/2015/08/27/message-in-a-bottle/

Love your enemy

Thank you for your hatred, warfare,and everything else you had towards me, which caused a mineral like me to be under so much pressure that you have made me priceless and certified by the Father. 296 more words

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Another Acceptance

It must be the fastest turnaraound ever between submission of poetry and acceptance. I sent three poems to Message in a Bottle magazine on 26 August and got all three accepted for publication on the 27th. 18 more words


free stock photos lightning in the sky

free stock photos lightning in the sky photo for free download, we have thousands of free funny photos or high resolution images(photos) or free stock photos for free download. 29 more words

Ps. 14:1: What's in your heart?

John Satre once said “if God does not exist then everything is permissible”

Do you not know that the world has already declared this. The only thing is no one has read between the lines. 126 more words

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A 100 Year-Old Message In A Bottle Finally Reaches Its Destination

Beach lovers often walk along the beach to reflect on life, and feel the peace that the sea offers its guests, or to find a shell or two that isn’t broken. 363 more words