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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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While studying I read about “Faith That Goes The Distance,” by pastor Kenneth Polk. God, though out the Scriptures, spoke through anointed men to convey the message, that those whom have been justified must live by faith. It is paramount that we become strong in faith, because we are living in days which will test the very fabric of our belief system. In ( Hebrews 11:6 ) we find written these words, “But without faith it is impossible to please Him.” If you conduct an extensive word study on the word “please” you’ll discover to please someone you’ll have to be in agreement with them. So let’s paraphrase that verse. “But without faith it is impossible to line your life up in Christ. Scripture: Romans 10:17 ( KJV ).


In last weeks paper, I made a statement that was incorrect. Gwen Wells flew home to Boston to join her family in a homegoing service for her mother “Mother Mary Evans.”

Moreno Valley a long time resident Baleriano G. Marquez “Mason” went home to be with the Lord. Mason was my neighbor he and his family are the best of friends. He served in the Navy.

Mason loved his family and baseball. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Magdalena, four sons, four daughters one sister, nineteen grandchildren and one great grandchild.

This past Saturday, Charlene Johnson and Gracious Gatherings hosted an event at March Air Reserve Base. Valerie Maxwell, owner of Visions of Elegance, was one of the vendors at the event. Valerie started out as a child with her granny letting her set up and clean up for her granny’s bridge club. She said it was a lot to it , cleaning the sliver ware and dishes, how to make finger sandwiches and what kind to make. How to be a host and attend your guest How well I understood my granny taught me to cook and how to persent the food If you need some one to set up foe you contact number is (951) 315 – 6849 or e-mail Volvalerie@aol.com.

(Continued from last week): Cathey Williams had help. Without this help, she could not have made it. And even with help Williams’ day-to-day Army life must have been stressful the fear of being discovered may have contributed to her feebleness. How she managed to bathe, dress, and attend to her duties without being discovered is a mystery. Next week: Melodie Lynn Thompson, wrote and performed a one woman play in Rhode Island about Williams.

Be Blessed!

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0 # Guest 2011-06-09 18:32
Hi Mrs.Barnes Im Baleriano and Magdalenas granddaugter Isabel.I just want to thank yo for taking time out of your day to write this.Its vry sweet and kind to know people care:)

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