Oswald Chambers; wrote this: ”Shallow And Profound.” Beware of allowing yourself to think that the shallow concerns of life are not ordained of God; they are as much of God as the profound. It is not your devotion to God that makes you refuse to be shallow, but your wish to impress other people with the fact that you are a spiritual prig. Be careful of the production of contempt in yourself, it always comes along this line, and causes you to go about as a walking rebuke to other people because they are more shallow than you are.
Beware of posing as a profound person; God became a Baby. To be shallow is not a sign of being wicked, nor is shallowness a sign that there are no deeps; the ocean has a shore. The shallow amenities of life, eating and drinking, walking and talking, are all ordained by God. These are the things in which Our Lord lived. He lives in them as the Son of God, and He said that “the disciple is not above his Master. Let us read this and keep it in our hearts 1 Corinthians 10:31.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”
Moreno Valley & the Inland Empire it is that time again, “The second Annual Buffalo Soldiers Monument Event.” Sponsored by “Skip Fordyce Harley – Davidson,” July 31st 2010 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m. at 7688 Indiana Ave. Riverside, Ca. 92504.
Demo riders 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers are looking for your support. Last year it was a great “EVENT,” This year is a lot of suprises. For other information contact number is (951) 657 – 7088 or 785 – 0100 or www.skpfordyce.com.
“Moreno Valley Community Park,” Parking lot will be closed for maintenance Located at 13380 Frederick Street on Monday August 2nd 2010 beginning at 7:00 a.m. and will reopen at 5:00 p.m. Additionally, the disabled parking stalls will be unavailable on August 03rd 2010 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to ensure they are appropriately marked. For other information contact Parks and Community Services Dep. At (951) 413 – 3280.
As we enjoy our summer let us take time to also be good “Neighbors in our Neighborhood,” watch out for the children, an unusual things that are out of place on our streets. It is so important to be aware of all thing around us. Let us remember each other’s wellbeing.
Stay cool, eat healthy, cook healthy the best thing to do is start your own “Garden.”
Last weeks “Issues & Opinions,” the editorial writer Mr. Hardy Brown addressed his thoughts on the Immigration Reform. As a person that has lived through a lot of what he spoke about my feelings are the same.
It reminded me of what I had to go through for my late husband, who served this country and never received his full benfits. And no one put up a fuss but me and because of his service to our country he lost his life. As a young woman I marched in order to change things so that our lives would be better. And I’m still trying to make this a country that you can feel safe and happy to live here. Mr. Brown thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.
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