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Oswald Chambers once stated: “Intercessary Introspection” – Your whole spirit… The great mystical work of the Holy Spirit is in the dim regions of our personality that we cannot get at. Read the 139th Psalm where the psalmist implies, “Thou art the God of early mornings, the God of the late night, the God of the mountain peaks, and the God of the sea; my God, my soul has further horizons than the early mornings, deeper darkness than the nights of earth, higher peaks than any mountain, greater depths than any sea in nature… Thou art the God of all these, by my God. I cannot reach to the heights or to the depths; there are motives I cannot trace, dreams I cannot get at – my God, search me out.” We do not allow our minds to dwell as they should on these great massive truths of God. (1 Thessalonians 5:23). Remember to read your Bible prayerfully and think.

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Moreno Valley city council approves a one-time business license tax amnesty program. The Moreno Valley Municipal Code requires all business that are physically located in Moreno Valley or that operate in Moreno Valley to obtain a business license to improve compliance rates. The Moreno Valley City Council unanimously approved a one-time business license amnesty program effective September 14, 2011 through January 31, 2012. The business license amnesty program waivers the penalties and interest that are currently applied to delinquent amounts owed by non-compliant businesses. For more information, contact the City’s business office at (951) 413-3080 or www.moval.org/dobiz/biz-license.

From the desk of the President/CEO of the Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce, Linda D. Wright: “Please help the Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation. It has the opportunity to win a grant for literacy if you go to Verizon Fios Facebook and place your vote. Please help us in this endeavor that will allow us to provide more community service for K-12 grades with a program that I wrote that entail students getting better prepared and trained for helping our environment and going green (GETMA – Green Energy Technology Academy). We will also include adults later through other grants which I have applied and waiting for results. For information, call (951) 443-0226 or visit the website at www.moval.org. You must hurry we have until October 21, 2011.”

The Moreno Valley Section of the National Council of Negro Women cordially invites the public to attend its 37th Bethune Recognition Program themed “Harnessing Intergenerational Power” on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at the Hap Arnold Club March Reserve Base. Social hour begins at 11:30 a.m. and lunch is served at 12 Noon. Donations are adults, $30.00 and youth $18. Please RSVP by October 20th to (951) 247-8193 or (951) 242-6952. NOTE: A valid driver’s license, registration and insurance is required to enter the base. During the program, they will be honoring leaders in the community, youth, and life members. Please come out and support our own in the community.

Be Blessed!
J.B.

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