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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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In this time and season we are not a people that do not know who we are. We know
how to praise and worship our way through, because our power is in our praise and worship.
I read something recently that Dr. Price said: “The Prayer Of Praise And Worship. In this prayer, you are not asking God to do something for you or to give you something. You are not even asking for direction and dedicating your life to whatever it is God has called you to do. Rather, you just want to praise the Lord, to thank Him for His many blessings and mercy. You want to tell Him how much you love Him. A good example of this type of prayer appears in Luke 2:20, discussing the reaction of the shepherds who had seen the baby Jesus.

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Moreno Valley, the more you shop here in the city the more you improve the quality of life. One percent of every dollar you spend in Moreno Valley goes back to the general fund.

It helps the city to have a safer and a cleaner environment and this will attract other retailers
and restaurants. Moreno Valley stay close to home, do your shopping local.

Did you know? Moreno Valley is the nation’s 15th fastest growing city according to the U.S. Census Bureau; 3rd fastest in Southern California behind Victorville and Irvine. Day Street separates Moreno Valley from Riverside. Only when you shop on the east side of Day Street are you contributing to the local economy.

Riverside celebrated the homegoing service of one of its longtime residents, Rev. John
C. Jackson, Sr. this past Tuesday at Park Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. Jackson will be
greatly missed. He and his wife Mrs. Lillie Jackson have worked very hard in the city to
make things better for all mankind. To the family our prayers are with you.

To all the readers may you have a very blessed time with your families and may the joy of “Thanksgiving” be with you and yours.

Thank God for your family, because when it is all said and done “FAMILY IS ALL WE HAVE IN LIFE.” My Bishop said it best for me, “This should be a time of celebration.

This should be a time of thanks, This should be a time of cooperation: This should be a
time of interaction.”

Be Blessed

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