What a wonderful thing to rise early in the morning and spend some special time alone with my Heavenly Father. I found this reading and it just jumped out at me because sometimes we feel, “are we worthwhile?” The passage read: YOU ARE WORTHWHILE. When Jesus told the story of the missing sheep, some of the people who where listening wiped away a tear because they knew how it feels to be lost among the crowd. Jesus wanted us to understand that we have a Father who sees and cares for each one of His children -- that we are all equally valuable to Him. No one is useless to God. No one, at any point in His life, is useless to God -- not the unattractive, not the clumsy, not the tired, not the discouraged. God use his children. Our value is inherent---- it’s not based on the PhD after our name or the amount of money in our bank account.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”
Rose Mallett sent this message along with her calendar for the month of March. Know what you want, the power of desire combined with faith and effort becomes invincible. Plant a positive seed today. At Escena Golf Lounge & Grill every Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 9: p.m. March 6, 13, 20, and 27 at 1100 Clubhouse View Dr. Palm Springs, (760) 992-0002 or www.escenagolf.com. There is no cover charge but reservations are recommended. Fridays in March at Woody’s 1, 8, and 29 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. 317 North Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, (760) 230-0188 or woodysburgersps.com. There is no cover charge and reservations strongly recommended.
To all of you who supported my family and me during the time of my daughter Regina Yvonne Barnes Gillis memorial service, I have no words to express our gratitude just to name a few, my family at COPIM, Mr. Tillman, my BVN family, MVBCC, Bradly’s Florist and so many others and the cards. I will answer them all ASAP. I can never repay you. Thank you all so much and remember never stop praying for us. Because of you we were able to celebrate Regina’s life.
I know as a diabetic we have a hard time finding food that taste good and that we enjoy. My granny would make bread pudding and I gave up on ever having it again. But I found this recipe in my diabetic cookbook and it taste great. OLD FASHIONED BREAD PUDDING (2) cups fat-free (skim) milk (4) egg whites, (3) tablespoons sugar (2) tablespoons margarine, melted (1) tablespoons ground cinnamon (12) slices whole wheat bread, cut into ½ inch cubes (1/2 cup raisins (1/2) cup chopped dried apples. Preheat oven to 350 F spray 2-quart casserole with nonstick cooking spray) whisk milk, egg whites, sugar, margarine, vanilla and cinnamon in a large bowl until well blended and sugar is dissolved. Stir in bread cubes, raisins and dried apples. Let stand 5 minutes. Spoon into prepared casserole.) Bake 35 minutes or until browned and heated through. Serve warm. Eat and enjoy!
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