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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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The second of: “EIGHT SECRETS TO YOUR BREAKTHROUGH;” Jehoshaphat sought and worshipped God when he needed direction and help. And he worshipped God after he got his answer. After God spoke to him and his kingdom concerning what to do about the attack of the three tribes, in verse 18 – 19 we find Jehoshaphat bowing his head with his face to the ground, and all Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem bowing before the Lord, worshipping the Lord. Then the Levites of the children of the Kohathites and of the children of the Korahites stood up to praise the Lord God of Israel with voices loud and high. Jehoshaphat’s leadership caused others to do what they saw him do. Whatever is on the leader or the head will always fall open the body of those you serve. Who is that you’re leading? What do you do and what is your attitude when you are faced with various attacks?


Moreno Valley the Mayor and City Council invite you to attend a celebration of Veteran’s Day -- Veterans Memorial Circle at the Moreno Valley Civic Center Friday, November 11th 2011. Special Sunset Ceremony begins at 4:30 p.m. Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard. For information contact Cindy Miller (951) 413–3006 or email cindym@moval.org.

Moreno Valley, “NO MORE WIRE HANGERS,” There is a young man asking for your support. He attends Sunnymead Middle School and his name is Jordon Johnson. He has been invited to travel and study with the People To People Organization next summer. They will be traveling to Italy, Sicily and Greece. We are asking for your help in fundraising efforts. Please donate your wire hangers. For information contact (951) 488–0138 or bet0324@aol.com.

Moreno Valley and Inland Empire: The Women’s Ministry of Cathedral of Praise International Ministries, 1519 South Riverside Avenue, Rialto, presents: Christmas Shop Night on Saturday, December 03rd 2011, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Don’t fight the crowded malls or no parking issues, there are over 40 venders ready to sell their wares. Don’t miss this wonderful shopping experience. Come out and join the women of (COPIM) for an evening of shopping and fun. We have personal shoppers, FREE (1) hour babysitting while you shop. Free gift-wrapping and refreshments. For information call (909) 874–8676 or visit the website at www.copim.org or email info@copim.org. Look forward to seeing you.

OH MY GARDEN: A few planting hints I learned from my granny, grandfather, and by reading, cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower plants need extra calcium. Provide this by mixing crushed eggshells into the soil around the plants. To prevent worms in your onion plants, layer used coffee grounds that have been dried in the bottom of the row before you plant. Ladies to have an easy clean up while gardening keep your fingernails clean. Scraping soap under your nails before beginning and clean up is easy. For faster growing tomatoes, peppers and eggplants, add magnesium by mixing (2) tablespoons Espom salt to (1) gallon water. When the plant begins to grow, apply one pint of the mixture to each plant. You may also use old pantyhose to tie up tomatoes, melons, squash and cucumbers. As the weather cools it is time to plant lettuce and others. More next week.


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