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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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This is the sixth part of an eight part series on the “Secret Breakthrough: Of How Jehoshaphat Got His Breakthrough.” After Jehoshaphat and his people won the victory over their enemy (2 Chronicles 22–23) says, now when they begin to sing and to praise the Bible tells us that the Lord set ambushes against the people of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir, who had come against Judah; and they were defeated. For the people of Ammon and Moab stood up against the inhabitants of Mount Seir to utterly kill and destroy them. Remember to read your Bible prayerfully.

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Moreno Valley: the Family of Clarence Edward Malone wishes to acknowledge with deepest appreciation your kind expression of sympathy in the homegoing of their loved one, a long time resident of Moreno Valley for 30-years, Sgt. Malone retired from March Air Force Base. Let us always keep all families lifted up in prayer at such a time as this.

While praying and thanking the Lord for this life, this time of the year, and what a beautiful time to have made it, ask yourself: “WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT LAST MONTH AND THIS MONTH?” Me, myself, and I have so much to thank God for. The cooking of the thanksgiving meal while in Tucson, Arizona with family, and now the smell of pine trees and celebration of the birth of Christ this month. While In Arizona, I read in the Tucson & Region newspaper about Judge Richard Fields, a superior court judge of Pima county, during Thanksgiving would done his apron and carve wild turkeys he shot and served the Wednesday before thanksgiving. This annual feast started in 1997 with just a few, and now feeds about 400 to 500 people. Judge Fields wife Sharon made 15 gallons of elk chili and it disappeared almost as fast as the wild turkeys. Judge Fields founded the SOUTHREN ARIZONA CHAPTER OF NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION IN 1993. He spends 30 to 40 days hunting. I enjoyed this article, as I have not had wild turkey since I was a child in Texas.

Dr. Joseph Gueste and the Trinity Baptist Church Family invites the public to a family affair Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. The Theater Ministry will be presenting a Christmas stage play entitled, “MARY & JOE.” This play takes you from Biblical times to the present with excitement, laughter, and suspense. There is something in it for everyone. Bring the entire family. Admission is free. If you would like to preview the play visit the website at trinitybaptist@-mv.org. Trinity Baptist Church is located at 29175 Ironwood Avenue, Moreno Valley. For more information call (951) 601–0253. Let us join the family and see what “MARY & JOE” has for us.

Rose Mallett sent a correction of the address for Pizza, Pasta, Salad at 1356 South La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, Ca. 90019. WWW.pizza@pastasalad.com or (323) 954–7477.

December Special Activities for Youth: Local children can speak to Santa Claus live on the local channel MVTV-3 by telephoning him at (951) 413–3059 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. December 10, 2011, December 13, 2011, and December 15, 2011. For more information on these dates please call (951) 413–3280.


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