GOD CANNOT HELP HIMSELF - By Jamie Carte: Topic God’s Love As we all know, God Himself is LOVE. Love is who He is and what He is made up of. His character, His ways, HIM! LOVE Himself came to earth to show us that He would go every length to have us. LOVE healed the sick, gave sight to the blind. LOVE fed people, freed people, suffered for us, bled for us, and finally breathed His last breath and died for us. LOVE loves us! He faced pain, torment, shame, fear, death and hell for us. Why? Because GOD is LOVE! And LOVE Himself LOVE us! He cannot help Himself that is who He is! Now He has left us here to continue what He began. Let LOVE, Jesus do His job through you today, “BECAUSE IN THIS WORLD WE ARE LIKE Him.” Display and give some LOVE, some GOD out to others today. This is why we as kingdom kids must watch how we “LOVE,” one another in this world. Read this Scripture1 John 4:16–17. And really think.
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“Where Dreams Soar”
Moreno Valley with February being Black History Month let us support one another wherever we can. There are also many activities as spring break approaches. Check Moreno Valley’s website at www.moval.org or call (951) 413–3280. The Chamber of Commerce knows of activities as well, their number is (951) 443-0226 or contact our churches, groups and performing arts centers in the Inland Empire. We as a nation have such wonderful talent in the Inland Empire.
Here are little known facts about African American achievement during Black History Month. W.E.B. DuBois organized the first Pan-African Congress in Paris, France on February 19, 1919; Archibald Motley became the first artist of any race to appear on the cover of the New Yorker on February 22, 1928; Rebecca Lee Crumpler becomes the first Black woman to receive an M.D. degree on February 24, 1864; Charlotte Ray becomes the first Black woman lawyer who graduated from Howard University Law School on February 27, 1872; Richard Spikes invents the automatic gear shift in February 28, 1832; and Actress Hattie McDaniel won an Oscar for her role in Gone With The Wind. She was the first Black woman to win this award on February 29, 1940.
Hello Gardeners: It is almost time to plant our gardens. I will be making my own pesticides this year. This is what I read to do. Recipe: (1) tablespoon white vinegar; (1) tablespoon liquid dish soap and a (1/2) gallon of water; spray directly onto your plants to get rid of insects. For your cabbage, brussels sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower, sprinkle the heads with baking soda to keep pest away. Reapply after rain. Epsom salts also kill slugs.
Readers let us pray for one another and God’s love for one another. Those of you that still have your parents take the best care you can for them. Make sure they are safe as they did you when you needed it. Love and care for your children. Get you a person that you respect and love if your parents or children or no longer with you. And you will be blessed. Hope to see you at the next program. More next time “Please Remember Me In Prayer.”
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