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And in the morning, long before daylight, He got up and went out to a deserted place, and there He prayed. Mark 1:35   I watched the movie “Annie” for the first time with my Nanna when I was eight years old. I like to think it was ritualistic for her, a coming of age celebration. More likely, she was trying to keep me quiet for an hour or two – I was quite a talker. The movie captivated me, and the song… well, after the movie had...

And in the morning, long before daylight, He got up and went out to a deserted place, and there He prayed. Mark 1:35 I watched the movie “Annie” for the first time with my Nanna when I was eight years old. I like to think it was ritualistic for her, a coming of age celebration. More likely, she was trying to keep me quiet for an hour or two – I was quite a talker. The movie captivated me, and the song… well, after the movie had...

My goal always: Better Than Yesterday Always strive to be the best you can be. Help the most people. Be kind to everyone. Do a great job at work. Keep your home clean. Eat the right foods. Exercise daily. Appreciate the people around you. Notice the small things Some days are harder than others. Some days we are not perfect. As long as you you look back and can say you gave it your all you are in a good spot by alisonjsullivan

My goal always: Better Than Yesterday Always strive to be the best you can be. Help the most people. Be kind to everyone. Do a great job at work. Keep your home clean. Eat the right foods. Exercise daily. Appreciate the people around you. Notice the small things Some days are harder than others. Some days we are not perfect. As long as you you look back and can say you gave it your all you are in a good spot by alisonjsullivan

In his gospel, John called those he wrote to, “dear children.” If someone called me a “dear child,” I’d cringe! But John wasn’t being condescending. In Greek, dear children translates into “my born ones” and was a way of describing being “born again.” Its the same thing that Jesus spoke to Nicodemus about in John 3. Rebirth. ~ CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING ~

In his gospel, John called those he wrote to, “dear children.” If someone called me a “dear child,” I’d cringe! But John wasn’t being condescending. In Greek, dear children translates into “my born ones” and was a way of describing being “born again.” Its the same thing that Jesus spoke to Nicodemus about in John 3. Rebirth. ~ CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING ~

Perks of Being a Wallflower quote poster....I haven't read this book, but I should...

Perks of Being a Wallflower quote poster....I haven't read this book, but I should...

Through All of It - Colton Dixon There are days that I have taken more than I can give And there are choices that I made That I wouldn't make again I've had my share of laughter Of tears and troubled times This is has been the story of my life I have won and I have lost I got it right sometimes  But sometimes I did not Life's been a journey I've seen joy, I've seen regret Oh and You have been my God  Through all of it

Through All of It - Colton Dixon There are days that I have taken more than I can give And there are choices that I made That I wouldn't make again I've had my share of laughter Of tears and troubled times This is has been the story of my life I have won and I have lost I got it right sometimes But sometimes I did not Life's been a journey I've seen joy, I've seen regret Oh and You have been my God Through all of it

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