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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Oswald Chambers wrote: “Amid a Crowd Of Paltry Things.” It takes Almighty grace to take the next step when there is no vision and no spectator – the next step in devotion, the next step is your study, in your reading, in your kitchen; the next step in your duty, when there is no vision from God, no enthusiasm and no spectator. It takes for more of the grace of God, far more conscious drawing upon God to keep the step, than it does to preach the Gospel. “Ask God to keep the eyes of your spirit open to the Risen Christ, and it will be impossible to damp you.”


Moreno Valley: Due to the many fine things they do in the community, The Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce has won the Chamber of the Year Award for the third time. Congratulations and may you keep up the great job that you are doing in the City of Moreno Valley. If anyone would like to be a part of this journey with the MVBCC please call (951) 443–0226 or e-mail morenovalleyblackchamber04@yahoo.com.

This past Saturday, some friends and myself attended a wedding reception for a very dear friend and his new bride in Murrieta. The new bride is Dr. Stacy Lynn Vaughn of Chicago, Illinois. What a very blessed time everyone had. There was plenty of fellowship, food, music and joy. To the new couple, may God always grant you the best.

While reading the Press Enterprise, I felt I needed to write about this because a lot of seniors like to fish and we really need to be careful. Aggressive Bees Spread Danger: This recently happened at a ranch in Menifee. If a blanket of bees can kill a horse in 20 minutes and another horse later then our frail bodies would be at a loss. Vector control experts do not know whether the rise in run-ins between bees and humans stem from a growing bee population or because bees are becoming more aggressive. Beekeepers are also struggling to keep their hives free of the surly Africanized strain.

Managing Africanized bees is no simple feat. They will feel threatened by someone walking within 50 feet of their hive and once agitated they can pursue a perceived intruder in mass for up to a quarter mile. If you are out for a walk or fishing just be aware of where you are. If it can happen here, it can happen anywhere.

Kirk Visscher is an Entomology professor who researches bees at UC Riverside.

Inland Empire we all said so long to a great man of God “The Rev. Dr. Jerry Louder.” His job was well done. Let us all keep his family in our prayers.


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