While reading my “Utmost for His Highest Journal.” By Oswald Chambers, I read this “Are You Ever Disturbed,” and he says, “There are times when our peace is based upon ignorance, but when we awaken to the facts of life, inner peace is impossible unless it is received from Jesus. When our Lord speaks Peace, He makes peace; His words are ever “spirit and life.” Have I ever receive what Jesus speaks? “My peace I give unto you”--- it is a peace that comes from looking into His face and realizing His undisturbedness. (John 14:27) says, “Peace I leave with you. My peace I give unto you.”
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Moreno Valley: I hope you had an oppurtunity to attend the Project M.A.C. (KILA DELPHIA THE NATIONAL GOSPEL STAGE PLAY) this past weekend. I attended Friday night and it was off the hook.
I would encourage all leaders, pastors, youth leaders to attend. Contact Mr. Matt Taylor at (951) 500–7636 for more information. The City of Moreno Valley’s Parks and Community Services and the Moreno Valley Arts will host “THE WRITERS LAUNCH PAD,” a free workshop focused on helping writers bring their work to market and launch their careers. The workshop will be held on March 20th 2010 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at March Field Air Museum (theater) located 22550 Van Buren. Presenters include thriller writer Graham Brown, author of “Black Rain” and up and coming “Black Sun,” and many more writers. The first 100, people to pre - - register will receive free admission to the museum, an $8.00 value. E-mail lunchpad@ ericvonmizener.com or contact information number (951) 413–3280. Deadline to register is Friday March 19th 2010 at 5:00 p.m.
The Moreno Valley Black Chamber has some savings for you, save 10% off renewal membership; 15% on new membership; and 20% as a Chamber Partner, you get your own personal constant contact account for free (up to 5,000 email address)! This account includes all three products; E – mail Marketing, Online survey, and Event Marketing. If you had an existing constant contact account before joining the chamber program continue to log in as you always have. Just know that that your account will now be free.
Please contact the Chamber for information at (951) 443–0226 or email@example.com
A few days ago I started writing with a subtitle: “I AM JUST TALKING,” this is what God gave me: In the last few weeks it has been very trying for me: family members and friends have gone to be no more. It’s not like I am sad as though I have no hope. It’s just “Seasons Change” This life is so complex at times, but we must look to the hills where our help comes from. I realize one thing in this life that we must love one another. Not love in someone’s face and cut them up in little pieces behind their backs. We must come together in unity and knowledge of love. We must learn to celebrate each other’s differences. Those of us that are of the household of “Faith” must learn to live our best life. But how do we do that? As we study and receive God’s word, it will help us to live this wonderful life. We must always love unconditionally. Not love with a price tag on it. It will never work. God loved us without condition we are not all alike we must love at all costs. Because God loves us no matter what. We must show love always. In order to live your best life we must keep it real.
To live my best life is to know that it is not about me “but about Him” who heads my life. I have so much to say about this life. We as people of the most high God, must remember what we say and do in this life.
Let me leave you with this by William Henry Channing: To live content with small means: To seek elegance rather than than luxury, and refinement than fashion to be worthy, not respectable ; and wealthy, not rich; to study hard, talk gently, act frankly… to listen to stars and buds, babes and sages, with open heart; await occasions hurry … this is my symphony.
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