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by Denise Becker
11/06/06
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Time

How we use our time reflects our values and understanding, of our eternal destination. Do you know your eternal address?

God has set in our hearts,eternity’with Him. We need to be’ longing for our Heavenly Home.

God’s home is forever. As we become more like Christ our earthly ways change, we will be seen more distinctly.

More eager to be, gentle and loving, understanding grace and mercy is living godly?. God’s trust will make us eager to do right.

We need to embrace Gods Grace with kindness, Compassion, and most of all Love. The Blessings of Our Lord are endless.


Those who know the Lord trust him,
because he will not leave those who come to him.
Psalm 9:10





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Don Beers 07 Nov 2006
"...we will be seen more distinctly." you wrote. But the next line spoke of being humble?....when one is truly humble, first of all they do not know that they are humble and next to that they sure don't care about being seen. What did you really mean? I'm sure you have a point/lesson in there some where but it got lost in your words. (This would be a tough one to put into words, but, hey, you asked for a critique and here's one) :o)




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