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One of the character traits of a true Christian, which I have talked about previously in Proverbs, is the willingness not to seek revenge for wrongs done to you. Jesus goes further to say that you should pray for your enemies and even those who “despitefully use you”. We are not to be glad when our enemy falls. We are to have pity on the unsaved and the carnal Chrsitian lest we prove that we are them. Using the famous line from the old Pogo cartoon which was misquoting a famous line from our history, “we have met the enemy and he is us. What a pathetic example of a follower of Christ we are when we laugh and mock at our enemies’ distress. Shall we put God in a position of defending the person we hate or that holds us in low regard? No one has nailed you to a cross for their sins. I am keeping my non-workout miles very easy, and I'm hoping that controls the risk from a high mileage week. This week was also my first full week of workouts, with mile repeats on Tuesday. We did the repeats on a bike path that has a slight grade, meaning that the odd-numbered uphill reps are a bit slower than the even-numbered downhill ones. Much better when used sparingly. The last "Lube Off" update, back in February, was all about the wet weather performance of the lubes and techniques I was testing out. I offered that perhaps I used it too liberally on the Muk's chain, and that I tried it on the BMC with a restrained hand. You can read the chain side plates quite clearly. Using this lube sparingly seems to be the ticket to success with it. The chain now is dry-ish, but if I roll the rollers of the chain, I get some wetness out of there still. to be away so long from my blog. I had pattern deadlines. Then I got sick. With Bronchitis. Now that I'm back from my wonderfully fun retreat. I'm trying to get on with my normal routine. That's always the hardest part for me after getting back from any trip. Of course any kind of trip just wouldn't be right to me if there wasn't a stop or two for treasure hunting. We stopped on the way there and also on the way back. I found a few things to add to my vintage collecting habit. In this historic period of a global economic downturn, my thoughts have been turning towards those whose personal economies have already arrived to a place of significant decline. Here in the United States, the use of soup kitchens, food pantries, and other emergency assistance has skyrocketed, and applications to Medicaid continue to climb. An astronomical number of individuals are truly wondering how they will put food on the table, gas in their tanks, or heat in their homes, and those individuals are often living in households with members who are children, elderly, or disabled. Government figures show that unemployment applications are increasing exponentially, and although Congress has passed legislation to extend unemployment benefits, we all know that the end of such assistance does not always coincide with the procurement of new employment opportunities. With Christmas and Hannukah upon us, bargain hunters scour the shelves for affordable gifts for friends and family, and the ingredients for holiday meals and celebrations are sought through every frugal means necessary. Granted, we all need to celebrate, but this year has brought a level of economic uncertainty not seen in many decades, ostensibly throwing a wet blanket over many families' ability to partake of the holiday season as they might in a more robust financial climate. But what of those who were already struggling? What about those who have been visiting soup kitchens and food pantries all along? As more and more jobs are slashed and as individuals use up their unemployment benefits, how will we as a society care for those who cannot make ends meet? And as the facilities who support those struggling families see their own operation costs rise amidst an increase in utilization, how will the needy be cared for?These are uncertain times, and as I have pointed out on Digital Doorway before, food insecurity is real, and the number of families unable to provide for their children has been increasing like never before. I offer no solutions here, and I have no grand plan or scheme to short-circuit this calculus of need and insecurity. ". Valentine's Day is just around the corner and I wanted to share this little tutorial for a sweet placemat I designed using Lakehouse Dry Goods' new Sunrise Studio Scalloped Print Panel fabric that's available in stores now. This space between the straight edge of the scallops and the log dots is your seam allowance. I bring to you. Saul. We've had weirdly warm weather this month.
Well, it sure ain't an RV: This "Peacekeeper" Armored Personnel Carrier is listed by the Charleston, S.C. Police Department as a "Patrol Vehicle. If you're interested in watching the Pentagon's promotional video for the LESO's campaign to militarize “local” police, go to this page maintained by the DLA. At the bottom of the links you'll find one leading to “LESO Get With The Program Video. Some even claim to be able to help release your withheld results online. The washing is done by hand with the help of lzal as a disinfectant. While drawing in Bologna I learned something new. Italy is all about shadows. No other place I've encountered has ever been quite like this. First, the streets are so narrow that only a small car can pass through. Every building has tons of green shutters hanging beside every window. They are always in various stages of open and close. There are ledges everywhere too. Last year, i borrowed some books from the library, when it is time for me to return the book, i went to return the books at West Mall in Bukit Batok. Last week I had a flash of inspiration, so I sat down and finished the sampler this weekend. I'm really happy with the way it turned out.
You can read about Ella on my blog: With My NeedleNow it's back to 'It's Berry Time' for me!I hope you all have a good week filled with hours of productive stitching.Ann in Baton Rouge. A kind heart is a fountain of gladness, making everything in its vicinity freshen into smiles. Some people just like to get upset. I still recall a letter to the editor I read a few years back, written by a woman who was much affronted by a local call to the citizenry to conserve water during a drought. "My movements inside the stall triggered multiple flushes," she huffed. Well, honey. If you have enough movements, you're going to want those extra flushes. With the new year in full swing I am sure there are a lot of you out there setting goals and hoping to pursue your creative dreams. Today I have put together a post for those of you looking to get focussed and jump start a creative career. creative jump start from Alisa Burke on Vimeo. We are living in a time where we are bombarded with so much information. Through social media we are able to look into other people's lives, we face advertising and all kinds of messages about the people we should be and the life we should be living and it can be challenging to stay true to yourself or even know who you are and what you stand for. When you are growing a creative business, it can be even more challenging to know what makes you and your business unique. I think the best place to start is to quiet all the noise out there, STOP looking at what everyone else is doing and get back to the basics of your life and the things that define you. I am married and my wife and I both frequent this page so feel free to ask anything you want.
Just as i like to share my wife with other men i suppose.I did have to learn how to make a blog, but trust me, with google blogger it does nt get any easier. So here i am , being able to share my wife - at list virtually - with the whole universe. It does n't get any better than this. by Phil JohnsonYour weekly dose of Spurgeon The PyroManiacs devote space at the beginning of each week to highlights from The Spurgeon Archive. The lengthy quotation below is borrowed from a history of the Reformation that was popular in Spurgeon's time. Unfortunately, the author conflates two stories. The incident on the Scala Santa indeed occurred during Luther's famous visit to Rome, but Luther simply stood in disgust and walked away. The Tower Experience, marking Luther's actual evangelical awakening, came sometime later. I'm giving away my ARC of Bradley P. Beaulieu's With Blood Upon the Sand to one lucky winner! For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe. Here's the blurb:With Blood Upon the Sand is the second book in the Song of Shattered Sands epic fantasy trilogy. Çeda, now a Blade Maiden in service to the kings of Sharakhai, trains as one of their elite warriors, gleaning secrets even as they send her on covert missions to further their rule. She knows the dark history of the asirim—that hundreds of years ago they were enslaved to the kings against their will—but when she bonds with them as a Maiden, chaining them to her, she feels their pain as if her own. Vampire Bat photo by Barry Mansell/naturepl.
What a great scene to see Phil Mickelson once again on his game and standing atop his industry peers at the end of the most prestigious tournament in golf.Phil and Amy have done so much for the causes of education and breast cancer awareness as they fight through their personal life battles, that they continue to be role models for this trader. Personally, it's pushing me to step up efforts on both the diabetes and educational fronts. Just goes to show that there's something to be said for the gray hairs of experience, and that life only gets better with age. Have a great trading week!. what's going on. Woodsterman: THINGS YOU DON'T SEE VERY OFTEN III. My brother came across this cool vintage Champion BSA jacket in excellent condtion. The only issues are some light stains and a dime size hole on one of the cuffs. Church Altar. I like the floral decorations the mother butlers did for Christ the King, see belowNice arrangement. don't you thinkChrist the King. while setting up the spotlight. Whether we're talking sweet and sassy sundresses or fabulously fancy frocks, higher temperatures mean elevated summer styles from every design diva. To be sure that you're dressed for success this August, here's a look at what's trending right now. Waist Not, Want Not While your shoulders might be bare, the bodices of this season's star pieces are far from it, revealing a multitude of midline embellishments. Beaded empire waists, ribbon belts, and fabric twists appear front and center. Just look at the sharp silhouette that Carolina Herrera creates when she cinches her hibiscus bird print jacquard pleat dress with a leather and acetate belt, or the bad-girl-next-door aura that Rebecca Minkoff channels with her black-and-white Mara bustier dress featuring zipper accents at the waistline. A little flair at the bodice is always a good bet. Great Lengths Now that we're in the peak season, higher hemlines offer a peek at tanned legs. So naturally he is persecuted as a "hater". A press release issued on Tuesday explained: SPAC, like the racing franchise, was plagued by mismanagement and near financial collapse before the restructuring. The association would contract out day-to-day racing management to a qualified, business-oriented operator with proven success in racetrack/VLT management. “Empire Racing has advocated a coalition approach since the very beginning of this process. We expand on that today by proposing a cooperative, inclusive approach that is capable of being passed in Albany. Hello everyone, and Happy Saturday to all! Today I am sharing another Month for the Desk Calendar I have. For each month I have covered the chipboard piece that had its month's name on it. I used lots of Really Reasonable Ribbon on this, because I LOVE all the ribbons, and laces from RRR! So for the June page, I covered it with Garden Party design paper from the Pebbles Line. I used all Really Reasonable Ribbon on this and some beautiful lace too from the Really Reasonable Ribbon store. I also used the beautiful sweet Sweetheart Blossoms from RRR as well. The sweet kitty is a CottageCutz die, and is dusted and colored with Copics. I also used the CottageCutz Picket Fence Border from The Scrapping Cottage. JUNE is done in Thickers, and those came from American Crafts. TE Lawrence in the traditional dress of the Arab tribes he studied and fought withThis short essay/reminiscence from T. E. W. Lawrence, who inherited T. E. L. Lawrence gained his 'of Arabia' during the First World War, where his adoption of Arab dress, language, and custom gained him the respect of King Faisal, and convinced British brass to give T. E. L. If you’re the type who won't mind rolling up your sleeves a bit to get your Marshmallow on, this one’s for you. .