“God’s Grace In Our Weak ness;” written by Pastor Marvin Moss. There are some who have gone through so much that their prayers aren’t as eloquent as they used to be. There is no concern for subject verb agreement. The Poetic prowess no longer captivates the listener as it once did. All that has happened has zapped the strength, the desire, the motivation, after all of this, It’s all that one can do to cry out in the name of Jesus. We’re supposed to be growing with each test, trial and/or tribulation that comes our way. God would desire that we “Grow” through life and not just “go through life.” There are far too many Christians who are simply going through life and not growing through life. The situation is the same. The challenge is the same. We claim we’re children of God, we claim the anointing of God, we claim to operate with the power of the Holy Spirit. Then why, pray tell, there is no growth.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Moreno Valley in two months we will again go to the polls to vote for who we choose. As so many have stated “WHO DO I VOTE FOR?” What this means is that we must read, look for integrity, honest, moral values and who is working for a better city, community and state. That is why when I received the flyer of C J Johnson who knows the city of Moreno Valley and has always wanted the best for his family and the city it is only because he cares what comes and goes in/not only the city but he really cares about our children and grandchildren and the relationship we have with one another.
C. J. wants all schools to be the best, for all children. The teaches and other staff members to be happy on their jobs at any school. You may e-mail him for other information at CJJohnson20@verizon.net.
Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring “A Men Only Free Conference.” Theme: Empowering Men In 2010. Brandman University 22620 Golden crest Dr. Moreno Valley , Ca. 92553. the conference will be about small business, entrepreneurship, continuing education, college, financial/loans and employment. “Limited Seating” for information call (951) 443 – 0226 or E- mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to share with you something someone sent to me:
“Everyone Can’t Be In Your Front Row;” Life is a theater so invite your audiences carefully. Not everyone is holy enough and healthy enough to have a front row seat in our lines. There are some people in your life that need to be loved from a distance.
It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you let go, or at least minimize your time with draining, negative, incapable, not – going – anywhere relationships, friendship, fellowships and family. Every one can’t be in your front row. Observe the relationships around you. Pay attention to which ones lift and which ones lean? Which ones encourage and which ones discourage? Which ones are on a path of growth uphill and which ones are just going downhill? When you leave certain people, do you feel better or do you feel worse? Which ones always have drama or don’t really understand, know and appreciate you and the gift that lies within you? Everyone can’t sit on your front row. I will finish it next week.
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