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Let us think of getting in stride with God. Oswald Chambers said, “Getting Into God’s Stride” -- The test of a man’s religious life and character is not what he does in the exceptional moments of life, but what he does in the ordinary times, when there is nothing tremendous or exciting on. The worth of a man is revealed in his attitude to ordinary things when he is not before the footlights (cf. John 1:36). It is a painful business to get through into the stride of God, it means getting your second wind spiritually. In learning to walk with God there is always the difficulty of getting into His stride; but when we have got into it, the only characteristic that manifests itself is the life of God. The individual man is lost sight of in his personal union with God, and the stride and the power of God alone are manifested. “HALLELUJAH.” HELLO MORENO VALLEY “Where Dreams Soar”

The Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce and the Community Foundation wish to thank all that took the time out of their busy schedule to attend their Gospel Explosion, Martin Luther King, Jr. – Black History—Juneteenth Celebration 2012. Two high school students each received a $500 scholarship to further their education. The City of Moreno Valley is inviting the public to the ribbon cutting of the new SR60/Nason Street interchange ramps on Thursday, June 28, 2012 beginning at 9:30 a.m. For more information contact (951) 413–3030 for other City events email cindtm@moval.org or visit the city’s website at www.moval.org.

Moreno Valley -- remember auditions for the 4th of July celebration. Please contact Julie Ann Stewart—Cleaveland at (951) 247—4785 or mdcleaveland@hotmail.com. Moreno Valley Jazz vocalist, Rose Mallett will perform Friday, June 22, 2012, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at Woody’s, 317 Indiana Canyon Drive, Palm Springs For more information, contact (760) 230-0188.

Readers if you would like a Butterfly Garden here’s what to do. Plant these plants in a special place in your yard and the butterflies are sure to come: Aster, Blazing Star, Butterfly bush, Butterfly Weed, Coreopsis, tickseed, Butter Daisy, Pincushion Flower, Purple coneflower, Yarrow or Ochillea, Salvia Red, Scarlet Sage, and Fire Cracker plant. And let’s see who comes to visit. TIP: An inexpensive way to fertilize your garden -- 1 capful of ammonia with 1 gallon of water. Be sure not to increase this ratio. Give your plants a nitrogen boost by dissolving one packet of unflavored gelatin into a quart of water. Use this mixture once a month. I use a lot of Epsom salt it sure saves your plants from snails and slugs.

To kill any insect hiding in your lettuce, cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower soak the vegetables in the sink with water and vinegar. Basil has quite a history, because it means different things in different cultures. The ancient Romans and Greeks used it in purification rites and other rites. In 16th century Europe, lovers would exchange basil as a sign of faithfulness. There are many uses for basil I suggest that you go online and you will be surprised about BASIL. Readers if you would like to have your event published in this column, please contact the office and leave a contact number at Black Voice News (951) 682-6070.

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